noun, plural pro·pri·a [proh-pree-uh] /ˈproʊ pri ə/. Logic.
- proprioceptive mechanism,
- proprioceptive reflex,
- props ,
- propter hoc,
in propria persona
Origin of in propria persona
Examples from the Web for propria
Se tamen, ne tanquam delirus prisc libertatis titulos externo uideatur mancipare dominio, propria manu prouocationi pariturum.Beowulf|R. W. Chambers
Of the propria quæ maribus of French domestic economy, this is not the least amusing feature.
Nullus commodum capere potest de injuria sua 35 propria—No one can take advantage of wrong committed by himself.
I came home with the disappointment of not having been able to make my apologies in propria persona.
So if you don't come in propria persona, at least send something.Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions|Slason Thompson