Definition of per quod in English:

per quod

adverb

Law
  • Whereby, in consequence of; consequently.

adjective

Law
  • (Originally as postpositive). Involving a claim for damages.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in William Fowler (d. 1612), writer and courtier. From classical Latin per quod whereby from per + quod what.

Pronunciation

per quod

/pəː ˈkwɒd/