Definition of Perdus

1. perdu [n] - See also: perdu



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Perdus

perdue
perduellion
perdues
perdulous
perdurabilities
perdurability
perdurable
perdurably
perdurantism
perdurantist
perdurantists
perdure
perdured
perdures
perduring
perdus (current term)
perdy
pere
pere david's deer
perea
peregal
peregals
peregrin
peregrinate
peregrinated
peregrinates
peregrinating
peregrination
peregrinations
peregrinator

Literary usage of Perdus

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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"perdus in size. Opposite the Palais de Justice, across the boulevard du Palais, is the Tribunal de Commerce, dating from 1866. It has a conspicuous dome 135 ..."

2. Textes de droit romain by Paul Frédéric Girard (1895)
"Enfin nous terminons par des exemples île promesses de récompense à celui qui rapportera des objets perdus, qui, d'après les principes, ne doivent dire ..."

3. The Overland Monthly by Bret Harte (1868)
"In spite of it— You saw the hand that slew— You fear for me and you, robin, Deux enfants perdus. They lift you from the lattice, They tempt you with a fruit ..."

4. Histoire de Saint Louisby Jean Joinville by Jean Joinville (1868)
"... perdu (perdus), 56 c; — seroit perdue, 6 b ; — fust perdue. 442 d. — seroit perdus (perdu;, 356 c; Pères, ». s. 503 e; — prre, rs 16 h; le père, ..."

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