לְקוּחוֹת f. pl. (לָקַח) bought property, esp. mortgaged property sold; trnsf. the purchaser of mortgaged property. Keth. IX, 8 מכר … והיא נפרעת מן הל׳ if her husband sold his property to strangers, and she wants to collect (her K’thubah) from the sold property (sues the purchaser). B. Mets. 12ᵇ ואתי למיטרף ל׳ שלא כדין and he might seize the sold property unlawfully.—B. Bath. 107ᵃ האחים שחלקו ל׳ הוו after the heirs have divided up the estate, they are considered as purchasers (from one another, and the brother whose portion has been seized for his father’s debts has no redress), opp. יורשים הן they are heirs (and the estate, minus the seized portion, has to be redivided); a. fr.