posthuum

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Etymology[edit]

From French posthume, from Latin postumus; the h was added even in a Latin erroneous variation posthumus, perhaps by association with humus 'soil (of burial)'

Adjective[edit]

posthuum (not comparable)

  1. posthumous, after the death (especially of an author)

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