Origin of perdurableOld French from Late Latin perdurabilis from Classical Latin perdurare, to last, endure from per-, intensive + durare: see per- and durable
Origin of perdurableMiddle English from Old French from Late Latin perdūrābilis from Latin perdūrāre to endure per- per- dūrāre to last ; see deuə- in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more perdurable, superlative most perdurable)
- very durable; longlasting
From the Latin, via Old French and Old English; perdurare "to endure," from per- "throughout" + durare "to last"