verb (used without object)
Words nearby pertain
Origin of pertain
OTHER WORDS FROM pertainun·per·tain·ing, adjective
Examples from the Web for pertaining
We can't dismiss these human costs as pertaining to only somebody else.
Orthograph′ic, -al, pertaining or according to orthography: spelt correctly.
Is there anything else pertaining to this history into which you would like to inquire?At Last|Marion Harland
Some trustees were appointed to investigate the whole affair, for Fred was as ignorant as a child of all pertaining to the mill.Hope Mills|Amanda M. Douglas
Animal magnetism, pertaining to organized beings, acts upon their corresponding but higher molecules in the same general way.The Church of St. Bunco|Gordon Clark
He was execrated as were all things sent by Spain or pertaining to Spanish rule.