[per-uh-rey-shuh n] /ˌpɛr əˈreɪ ʃən/
a long speech characterized by lofty and often pompous language.
Rhetoric. the concluding part of a speech or discourse, in which the speaker or writer recapitulates the principal points and urges them with greater earnestness and force.
(rhetoric) the conclusion of a speech or discourse, in which points made previously are summed up or recapitulated, esp with greater emphasis
mid-15c., from Latin perorationem (nominative peroratio) “the ending of a speech or argument of a case,” from past participle stem of perorare “argue a case to the end, bring a speech to a close,” from per- “to the end” (see per) + orare “to speak, plead” (see orator).
- Per os
per os (pər ŏs) adv. By way of the mouth, as in the administration of medication.
[per-uh-tahy-nuh s, -tee-] /ˌpɛr əˈtaɪ nəs, -ˈti-/ noun 1. (“Magnus Magister”) fl. late 12th to early 13th century, French composer.
[la pey-rooz] /la peɪˈruz/ noun 1. Jean François de Galaup [zhahn frahn-swa duh ga-loh] /ʒɑ̃ frɑ̃ˈswa də gaˈloʊ/ (Show IPA), 1741–88, French naval officer and explorer.
[puh-roh-vuh; Russian pyi-raw-vuh] /pəˈroʊ və; Russian pyɪˈrɔ və/ noun 1. a former city in the W Russian Federation, incorporated into Moscow.