lattermath

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Etymology[edit]

after (from Old English æfter "after, next, following in time", itself from Old English of "off" + the comparative suffix -ter) + math (dialectal, from Old English mæð "mowing", from the Proto-Germanic *mēþą)

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lattermath (plural lattermaths)

  1. (literally) The latter (i.e. second) mowing, a second crop of grass grown after the first was harvested
  2. (figuratively) The later result or consequences; further developments

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