ancestral, hereditary, patrimonial, transmissible
Meaning: inherited or inheritable by established rules (usually legal rules) of descent; "ancestral home"; "ancestral lore"; "hereditary monarchy"; "patrimonial estate"; "transmissible tradition"
familial, genetic, hereditary, inherited, transmitted, transmissible
Meaning: occurring among members of a family usually by heredity; "an inherited disease"; "familial traits"; "genetically transmitted features"
The results were disastrous to our hereditary enemies.
You have the word of the hereditary Prince of Valleluna.
Was that ancient Kallikrates nothing but a splendid animal loved for his hereditary Greek beauty?
The horrible disease of leprosy is too common in Iceland; it is not contagious, but hereditary, and lepers are forbidden to marry.
From a tender regard to the expiring prejudices of Rome, the Barbarian declined the name, the purple, and the diadem, of the emperors; but he assumed, under the hereditary title of king, the whole substance and plenitude of Imperial prerogative.
"These hereditary enemies of the Truth... have even had the heart to degrade this first preacher of the Mountain, the purest hero of Liberty; for, unable to deny that he was earth's greatest man, they have made of him heaven's smallest god."--Heine: Reisebilder.
To reduce hereditary royalty to the condition of an elective authority, the only means that I am acquainted with are to circumscribe its sphere of action beforehand, gradually to diminish its prerogatives, and to accustom the people to live without its protection.
I even went so far as to speak of a slightly hectic cough with which, at one time, I had been troubled--of a chronic rheumatism--of a twinge of hereditary gout--and, in conclusion, of the disagreeable and inconvenient, but hitherto carefully concealed, weakness of my eyes.
But as the power of Hellas grew, and the acquisition of wealth became more an object, the revenues of the states increasing, tyrannies were by their means established almost everywhere--the old form of government being hereditary monarchy with definite prerogatives--and Hellas began to fit out fleets and apply herself more closely to the sea.