Belonging to per, their particular (singular). Gender-neutral third-person singular possessive adjective, coordinate with gendered his along with her.
A prefix of Latin source, indicating mostly ‘through.’ Begin to see the etymology.
As an inseparable prefix of intensity, ‘thoroughly,’ ‘very,’ as in peracute, perfervid, pellucid; especially, in chem., noting the utmost or a unique amount, as peroxid, the greatest oxid, or an oxid containing more air versus protoxid, etc.
In petrography, when you look at the quantitative system of category of igneous rocks (view stone), a prefix accustomed develop adjectives, and showing the element or element indicated exists in any division of igneous rocks, alone or perhaps in extreme quantity — that's, that its proportion to a different aspect is greater than : as, peralkalic, perfelic, perfemane, perfemic, etc.