Definitions for perpetuityˌpɜr pɪˈtu ɪ ti, -ˈtyu-
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
per•pe•tu•i•tyˌpɜr pɪˈtu ɪ ti, -ˈtyu-(n.)(pl.)-ties.
the state or character of being perpetual.
endless or indefinitely long duration or existence.
an annuity paid for life.
Origin of perpetuity:
1375–1425; late ME perpetuite < L perpetuitās. See perpetual , -ity
the property of being perpetual (seemingly ceaseless)
The quality or state of being perpetual; endless duration; uninterrupted existence.
Something that is perpetual.
A limitation intended to be unalterable and of indefinite duration; a disposition of property which attempts to make it inalienable beyond certain limits fixed or conceived as being fixed by the general law.
An annuity in which the periodic payments begin on a fixed date and continue indefinitely.
the quality or state of being perpetual; as, the perpetuity of laws
something that is perpetual
the number of years in which the simple interest of any sum becomes equal to the principal
the number of years' purchase to be given for an annuity to continue forever
a perpetual annuity
duration without limitations as to time
the quality or condition of an estate by which it becomes inalienable, either perpetually or for a very long period; also, the estate itself so modified or perpetuated
A perpetuity is an annuity that has no end, or a stream of cash payments that continues forever. There are few actual perpetuities in existence. Real estate and preferred stock are among some types of investments that effect the results of a perpetuity, and prices can be established using techniques for valuing a perpetuity. Perpetuities are but one of the time value of money methods for valuing financial assets. Perpetuities are a form of ordinary annuities. The concept is closely linked to terminal value and terminal growth rate in valuation.
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