Bequeath v. To give a gift of personal property by means of a will.
Bequest n. 1 A gift of personal property (usually other than money) by means of a will. 2 In a broader sense, any gift of property by means of a will. Also, any property given by means of a will, including a devise or a legacy.
Best efforts n. Diligence beyond a mere good faith effort to fulfill an obligation.
Best evidence rule n. The rule that, to prove the contents of a writing, recording, or photograph, the original is required unless it is not available for some reason other than the serious fault of the party trying to prove the contents thereof. If the original is unavailable, the testimony of the person who created the original or the person who read it (if a writing), listened to it (if a recording), or saw it (if a photograph) may testify to its content.
Bestiality n. 1 Sexual intercourse between a person and an animal. 2 In a broader sense, any sexual activity or contact between a person and an animal.