perinde [per-in-dee] ExamplesWord Origin adverb
- (in prescriptions) in the same manner as before.
Origin of perinde From Latin Examples from the Web for perinde Historical Examples of perinde
This shows an excellent grasp of the meaning of the celebrated maxim “Perinde ac cadaver.”
Atque, vt non putaret, hc nobis auctoribus gesta esse, perinde tamen poste in nos affectus fuit quasi credidisset.
A slave understands her duty, which is blindly to obey, bound hand and foot, perinde ac cadaver; does the part appeal to you?
Ita ipsi, perinde ut Almerico, anima non superest, nisi per suum esse ideale in Deo ut ibi ab terno fuit.
Jaime Luciano Balmes
Perinde ac cadaver—they were the last words of our great saint, Ignatius de Loyola.