Aftermost Aft"er*most, a. superl. [OE. eftemest, AS. [ae]ftemest, akin to Gothic aftumist and aftuma, the last, orig. a superlative of of, with the superlative endings -te, -me, -st.] 1. Hindmost; -- opposed to {foremost}. [1913 Webster]

2. (Naut.) Nearest the stern; most aft. [1913 Webster]

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