The adjective inherent means something that exists as a natural or basic part of something.
Synonyms are built-in, constitutional, deep-rooted, or essential.
The word origins from Medieval Latin (early 15th century) exemplificare meaning “to illustrate”, from Latin exemplum meaning “example, pattern, model”. The meaning “to serve as an example” is recorded from 1793.
Skills are inherent in every human being.
There was an inherent weakness in the group.
I’m afraid global warming is already inherent in the environment.