per annum

[per an-uhm]
noun
by the year; yearly.

Origin:
1595–1605; < Latin

per annum, per capita, per diem.
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per annum (pər ˈænəm)
 
adv
every year or by the year

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per annum
1601, from L., lit. "by the year," from per (see per) + annum, acc. sing. of annus "year" (see annual).
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Example sentences
He bought treasury bills for as little as half a percent per annum.
White estimates that eighteen of his ultimate fighters earn in the millions per
  annum.
My protest has been accorded an average of one sentence per annum.
He bought treasury bills for as little as half a percent per annum.
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