per mensem

[ per-men-sem; English per men-suhm ]

  1. by the month.

Words Nearby per mensem Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use per mensem in a sentence

  • I could not help the professor, and I felt that he was really unnecessary—not to speak of $500 per mensem.

  • He therefore compromised matters by offering Walad £1000 per mensem, on condition that he should leave his old king alone.

    General Gordon | Seton Churchill
  • There current money is rarely lent, but only its value in goods is advanced at the rate of a real per dollar per mensem.

  • The pay, about five rupees per mensem, was paid irregularly and often in kind; two months' pay was deducted for clothing.

  • Quo peracto, Hyeme cum frigus & gelu maxime sæviunt, his per mensem exponatur ut congeletur.

    The Sceptical Chymist | Robert Boyle

British Dictionary definitions for per mensem

per mensem

/ Latin (ˈpɜː ˈmɛnsəm) /

  1. every month or by the month

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