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noun: A taking or receiving of rent, profit, etc.
From Anglo-French pernance, by switching of sounds of prenance (taking), from prendre, from Latin prehendere (to seize). Ultimately from the Indo-European root ghend-/ghed- (to seize or to take), which is also the source of pry, prey, spree, reprise, surprise, osprey, prison, reprehend, impregnable, impresa, and prise. Earliest documented use: 1626.
"For he was not to pass away the pernancy of the profits."
NG Jones; Uses and "Automatic" Resulting Trusts of Freehold; The Cambridge Law Journal (UK); Mar 2013.
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