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Perpetuus is Latin for "continuous, entire or universal", and can refer to:
- Saint Perpetuus, sixth bishop of Tours
- L. Marius Maximus Perpetuus Aurelianus II, a Roman consul (see List of late imperial Roman consuls)
- dictator perpetuo, Latin for "dictator in perpetuity"
- A parish priest of a particular type was called a perpetual curate (curatus perpetuus)
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