postholith pos·tho·lith (pŏs’thə-lĭth’)
A calculus occurring beneath the foreskin.
noun 1. a straight or coiled copper or brass horn with no valves or slide, originally used to announce mail coaches. noun 1. a simple valveless natural horn consisting of a long tube of brass or copper, either straight or coiled; formerly often used to announce the arrival of a mailcoach
noun 1. a horse kept, as at a station on a post road, for the use of persons riding post or for hire by travelers. noun 1. (formerly) a horse kept at an inn or post house for use by postriders or for hire to travellers
noun 1. a house or inn keeping post horses. noun 1. (formerly) a house or inn where horses were kept for postriders or for hire to travellers
[pos-chuh-muh s, -choo-] /ˈpɒs tʃə məs, -tʃʊ-/ adjective 1. arising, occurring, or continuing after one’s death: a posthumous award for bravery. 2. published after the death of the author: a posthumous novel. 3. born after the death of the father. /ˈpɒstjʊməs/ adjective 1. happening or continuing after one’s death 2. (of a book, etc) published […]