The act of placing after, or the state of being placed after.
A word or particle placed after, or at the end of, another word; -- distinguished from preposition.
(linguistics) the placing of one linguistic element after another (as placing a modifier after the word that it modifies in a sentence or placing an affix after the base to which it is attached)
a type of adposition, a grammatical particle that expresses some sort of relationship between a noun phrase (its object) and another part
a word that works as a marker of the grammatical role of the preceding noun or noun phrase
A postposition is an adposition placed after a noun. Japanese has several postpositions, but English has few postpositions.
this language's backwards alternative to prepositions
A head-final P. Coined in order to avoid the expression 'head-final preposition', which offends the etymologically aware as a contradiction in terms. See Chapter 4 for examples. See also adposition.