opsi-, ops-

(Greek: late, later)

opsanthosis
Late development of body characteristics as in a female.
opsidentia
Late development of teeth in a child.
opsigamy
Marriage at an advanced age.
opsigenes
1. Structures formed or becoming functional long after birth.
2. Late born, used especially of third molar teeth.
opsimath
1. Someone who begins to learn late in life.
2. Anyone who acquires knowledge late in life; a late-learner.
opsimathy
1. Education late in life.
2. Learning or study late in life.
3. Learning or knowledge acquired late in life.
opsimatria
A situation in which an elderly mother gives birth to a baby.
opsipatria
1. The siring of a child by an elderly man.
2. An elderly father of a young child.
opsiproligery, opsiproligerous
The ability to have offspring late in life.