præmium

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin praemium (prize).

Adjective[edit]

præmium (not comparable)

  1. obsolete spelling of premium

Noun[edit]

præmium (plural præmia)

  1. obsolete spelling of premium
    • 1608, Daniel Price, Prælium & Præmium. The Christians Warre and Rewarde: A Sermon Preached Before the Kings Maiestie at VVhitehall the 3. of May. 1608. By Daniell Price Master of Arts of Exeter Colledge, and Chapleyn in Ordinarie to the Prince, main title (Ioseph Barnes)
      Prælium & Præmium. The Christians Warre and Rewarde: A Sermon Preached Before the Kings Maiestie at VVhitehall the 3. of May. 1608. By Daniell Price Master of Arts of Exeter Colledge, and Chapleyn in Ordinarie to the Prince
    • 1719, Richard Arnett, A Seasonable Hue and Cry After the Pretender By Jack Catch, Esq; [], verso of titleleaf
      N.B. The hue and cry, formerly publish’d by John Price, my predecessor, is faithfully and historically continu’d to this time, with additions, amendments, and a new præmium, by me, Richard Arnett, Jack-Catch for the time being.
    • 1751, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, The Discourse which Carried the Præmium at the Academy of Dijon, in MDCCL: On this Question, Propos’d by the Said Academy, Whether the Re-establishment of Arts and Sciences Has Contributed to the Refining of Manners, main title , (Richard James)
      The Discourse which Carried the Præmium at the Academy of Dijon, in MDCCL: On this Question, Propos’d by the Said Academy, Whether the Re-establishment of Arts and Sciences Has Contributed to the Refining of Manners. By a Citizen of Geneva. Translated from the French Original.