noun, plural pro·pri·a [proh-pree-uh] /ˈproʊ pri ə/. Logic.
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If A be really a proprium of superficies, it cannot be also proprium of body.
It is a proprium per se of man to be an animal by nature tractable.
Wherever the affirmation is a proprium of the subject, the negation cannot also be a proprium thereof; and vice vers.
Thus, if it be proprium of man to be a walking-biped, it must also be proprium of bird to be a flying-biped.
Learning is an accident in man, though educability is a proprium.Logic, Inductive and Deductive|William Minto