ad perpetuum

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Phrase[edit]

ad perpetuum m (feminine: ad perpetuam)

  1. everlasting, permanent

Usage notes[edit]

  • The words ad perpetuum or ad perpetuam rei memoriam were normally placed at the end of the salutation on Roman documents to convey the meaning that the documents were trustworthy and permanent.