per venditionis, donationis, cessionis, vel commutationis titulum (p<<schwa>>r ven-dish-ee-oh-nis, doh-nay-shee-oh-nis, sesh-ee-oh-nis, vel kom-y<<schwa>>-tay-shee-oh-nis tich-[y]<<schwa>>-l<<schwa>>m). [Law Latin] Hist. By the title of sale, donation, cession, or barter.
“Per venditionis, donationis, cessionis, vel commutationis titulum …. These terms were used in the older forms of conveyancing, to distinguish lands so acquired from lands acquired either by inheritance or feudal grant. They signify what is now known by the name of a singular title.” John Trayner, Trayner’s Latin Maxims 452 (4th ed. 1894.).
[Blacks Law 8th]