Subsequently to the time when
ETYM AS. aefter after, behind; akin to Goth. aftaro, aftra, backwards, Icel. aptr, Swed. and Dan. efter, Old High Germ. aftar behind, Dutch and LG. achter, Greek apotero further off. Related to Of; cf. Aft.
Located farther aft.
1. Happening at a time subsequent to a reference time
2. Behind or in the rear.
afterward · afterwards · later · later on · subsequently
1. Behind in place
2. Subsequent to in time or order
3. Subsequent to and in view of
4. So as to resemble
muški rod, mineral