per formam doni

adverb per for·mam do·ni \per¦fȯrˌmämˈdōˌnē\

Definition of per formam doni

  1. :  in accordance with the terms of the gift —used of the disposition of an estate as designated by the donor rather than by operation of the law

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Origin and Etymology of per formam doni

Latin, through the form of a gift

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