(enduring, or lasting) formed the name which no reader of Don Quixote
can forget as that of the enduring hero, lying on his back on the marble
tomb, in the cave of Montesinos, who uttered that admirable sentiment,
"Patience, cousin, and shuffle the cars!"
... Durandus is the Latinized surname of the great French lawyer of the
middle ages; and Durandus again is familiar to the lover of mediaeval
symbolism; but none of these can approach in honour the great Florentine
(History of Christian Names, Yonge, 1884).