noun, plural pro·pri·a [proh-pree-uh]. /ˈproʊ pri ə/. Logic.
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Nam unusquisque suum proprium possidet corpus, non et ουσιαν.The Supposed Autographa of John the Scot|Edward Kennard Rand
What Swedenborg calls 'selfhood,' the proprium, is not in him.The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Volume II|Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Thus, the defining property of an equilateral triangle is the equality of the sides: the equality of the angles is a proprium.
If simply convertible, the two must be coextensive, and the Predicate must be either a Proprium or the Definition.
And I may say of him, as was said of a celebrated poet, Cui unquam poetarum magis proprium fuit subito astro incalescere?The Works Of John Dryden, Vol. 7 (of 18)|John Dryden