Etymology
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permanence (n.)

"enduring presence or existence, continuance in the same condition or place," early 15c., from Old French parmanence and directly from Medieval Latin permanentia (early 14c.), from Latin permanens "remaining" (see permanent). Related: Permanency.

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Definitions of permanence

permanence (n.)
the property of being able to exist for an indefinite duration;
Synonyms: permanency
From wordnet.princeton.edu