(||Post*cor"nu) n.; pl. Postcornua [NL. See Post-, and Cornu.] (Anat.) The posterior
horn of each lateral ventricle of the brain. B. G. Wilder.
(Post"date`) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Postdated; p. pr. & vb. n. Postdating.] [Pref. post- + date.]
1. To date after the real time; as, to postdate a contract, that is, to date it later than the time when it
was in fact made.
2. To affix a date to after the event.
(Post"date`), a. Made or done after the date assigned.
Of these [predictions] some were postdate; cunningly made after the thing came to pass.Fuller.
(Post"date`), n. A date put to a bill of exchange or other paper, later than that when it was
(Post`di*lu"vi*al Post`di*lu"vi*an) a. [Pref. post- + diluvial, diluvian.] Being or happening
after the flood in Noah's days.
(Post`di*lu"vi*an), n. One who lived after the flood.
(Post"-dis*sei"zin) n. [Pref. post- + disseizin.] (O. Eng. Law) A subsequent disseizin
committed by one of lands which the disseizee had before recovered of the same disseizor; a writ founded
on such subsequent disseizin, now abolished. Burrill. Tomlins.
(Post`-dis*sei"zor) n. [Pref. post- + disseizor.] (O. Eng. Law) A person who disseizes
another of lands which the disseizee had before recovered of the same disseizor. Blackstone.
(||Post"e*a) n. [L., after these or those afterward.] (Law) The return of the judge before whom
a cause was tried, after a verdict, of what was done in the cause, which is indorsed on the nisi prius
(Pos"tel) n. Apostle. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(Post`en*ceph"a*lon) n. (Anat.) The metencephalon.
(Post"en*try) n. [Pref. post- + entry.]
1. A second or subsequent, at the customhouse, of goods which had been omitted by mistake.
2. (Bookkeeping) An additional or subsequent entry.
1. A large bill or placard intended to be posted in public places.
2. One who posts bills; a billposter.
1. One who posts, or travels expeditiously; a courier. "Posters of the sea and land." Shak.
2. A post horse. "Posters at full gallop." C. Lever.
(Pos*te"ri*or) a. [L. posterior, compar. of posterus coming after, from post after. See Post-