Postmeridian

Post`me*rid"i*an

(?), a. [L. postmeridianus; post after + meridianus. See Meridian.] 1. Coming after the sun has passed the meridian; being in, or belonging to, the afternoon. (Abbrev. P. M.)
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2. Fig., belonging to the after portion of life; late. [R.]
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Post-mor"tem

(?), a. [L., after death.] After death; as, post-mortem rigidity.
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Post-mortem examination (Med.), an examination of the body made after the death of the patient; an autopsy.
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Post*na"res

(?), n. pl. [NL. See Post-, and Nares.] (Anat.) The posterior nares. See Nares.
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