pretium (pree-shee-<<schwa>>m). [Latin] Price; value; worth.

pretium affectionis (pree-shee-<<schwa>>m <<schwa>>-fek-shee-oh-nis). An enhanced value placed on a thing by the fancy of its owner, growing out of an attachment for the specific article and its associations; sentimental value. • This value is not taken as a basis for measuring damages.

pretium periculi (pree-shee-<<schwa>>m p<<schwa>>-rik-y<<schwa>>-lI). The price of the
risk, such as the premium paid on an insurance policy.

[Blacks Law 8th]