Complete Definition of "posthumous"

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English
Etymology
From LL. posthumus, from L. postumus (superlative of postumus).

Adjective
en-adj|-

  1. Taking place after one's death.

#* Although obscure in life, she received numerous posthumous awards.

  1. In reference to a work, published after the author's death.
  2. Born after the death of one's father.

Translations
trans-top|taking place after one's death
Czech: posmrtný m
Dutch: postuum
trans-mid
French: posthume
German: postum, posthum
trans-bottom
Swedish: postum
trans-top|in reference to a work, published after the author's death
French: posthume
German: postum, posthum
trans-mid
Swedish: postum
trans-bottom

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ttbc|Dutch: postuum
ttbc|French:
ttbc|Telugu: మరణానà°à°¤à°°à° (maraNAnaMtaraM)

Derived terms
posthumous work
posthumously

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