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  • See also: after-time From after- +‎ time aftertime (plural aftertimes) (dated) The future. A later time. 1865, Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in
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  • See also: Time, timé, and tìme tyme (obsolete) From Middle English time, tyme, from Old English tīma (“time, period, space of time, season, lifetime
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  • See also: After, after-, and æfter Wikipedia has an article on: after Wikipedia From Middle English after, from Old English æfter, from Proto-Germanic
    25 KB (1,633 words) - 16:29, 15 September 2017