(Latin: after, behind, later, subsequent)

Occurring in or pertaining to the period following puberty.
After or subsequent to puberty; the period after puberty.
postpuberty, postpubescence
The period following, or after, puberty.
Behind the nose or behind the olfactory lobe of the brain.
1. Having a postscript.
2. Added in a postscript.
1. Relating to or ocurring during the time following an earthquake.
2. Frictional afterslip or deformation following a seismic event.

After a large earthquake, postseismic deformation may result from earthquake-induced slip along the plate interface, commonly referred to as "afterslip", and as viscoelastic relaxation in the volume surrounding the fault rupture.

The well-positioned postseismic observations can probe the mechanical properties of subduction megathrusts and the media that surround them.

—From "Frictional Afterslip Following the 2005 Nias-Simeulue Earthquake Sumatra";
Science, June 30, 2006; page 1921.
Occurring as a sequel of typhoid fever.
protester (s) (noun), protesters (pl)
Someone who uses publicity and forcefulness to make his or her opinions heard in an attempt to influence public opinions or government policies: Such protesters may undertake direct actions in order to enact their desired modifications.
Si post fata venit gloria non propero.
If glory comes after death, I am not in a hurry.

One of Martial's epigrams which is also translated as, "If one must die to be recognized, I can wait."

unum post aliud
One after the other.

One thing at a time.

Vide post.
Latin for "See the following."