[pohst-nuhp-shuh l, -chuh l] /poʊstˈnʌp ʃəl, -tʃəl/
subsequent to marriage:
noun 1. any of several American oaks, especially Quercus stellata, the wood of which is used for posts.
[pohst-oh-bit, -ob-it] /poʊstˈoʊ bɪt, -ˈɒb ɪt/ adjective 1. effective after a particular person’s death. /pəʊstˈəʊbɪt; -ˈɒbɪt/ noun 1. Also called post-obit bond. a bond given by a borrower, payable after the death of a specified person, esp one given to a moneylender by an expectant heir promising to repay when his interest falls into possession […]
- Post-obit bond
noun 1. a bond paying a sum of money after the death of some specified person.
[pohst oh-bi-too m; English pohst ob-i-tuh m, oh-bi-] /ˈpoʊst ˈoʊ bɪˌtʊm; English ˈpoʊst ˈɒb ɪ təm, ˈoʊ bɪ-/ adverb, Latin. 1. after death.