POSTHUMOUS , that which appears or is produced after the author or creator, and thus applied to a
See also:work or work of
See also:art published or produced after its author's
See also:death, or especially to a
See also:born- after the death of its
See also:father . The Latin postumus, latest, last, from which the word is derived, is formed from
See also:post, after, but it was in
See also:Late Latin connected with humare, to place in the ground (humus), to bury .
POSTERN (from 0. Fr. posterne, posterle, Late Lat. ...
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