|1.||of, characteristic of, or relating to England or its culture in the age of Elizabeth I or to the United Kingdom or its culture in the age of Elizabeth II|
|2.||of, relating to, or designating a style of architecture used in England during the reign of Elizabeth I, characterized by moulded and sculptured ornament based on German and Flemish models|
|3.||a person who lived in England during the reign of Elizabeth I|
|1.||after in time or sequence; following; subsequent: postgraduate|
|2.||behind; posterior to: postorbital|
|[from Latin, from post after, behind]|
After; later: postpartum.
Behind; posterior to: postaxial.
A prefix that means "after," as in postoperative, after an operation, or "behind," as in postnasal, behind the nose or nasal passages.