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from ppl. stem of medieval Latin perendināre (in classic Latin only in vbl. n. perendinātio, Martial), from perendinus (the day) after to-morrow, from perendiē; on the day after to-morrow (Greek πέραν beyond, Latin diē on the day)
From: The Architectural History of the University of Cambridge,
and of the Colleges of Cambridge and Eton
By Robert Willis, and edited by John Willis Clark, Vol. I, 1886
Introduction. Chap. II. P. lxxxix
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