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Definition funny of Posthumous:

urbansomething that happens after ones death

urbanVan Gough's fame was posthumous

urbanOccurring after one's death.

urbanMany valiant soldiers were awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously.

urbanWITH HINDSIGHT, OCCURRING AFTER A PARTICULAR EVENT. NOTHING AT ALL TO DO WITH DEATH.

urbanMORTEN GAMST PEDERSEN SHOULD BE GIVEN A POSTHUMOUS RED CARD

songs

Songs about Posthumous:

songsAndante cantabile for Cello and String Orchestra, Op. posthumous (Voice) by The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra;Bobby McFerrin from the Album Paper Music

songsNo. 14 In E Minor (Posthumous) by Artur Rubinstein from the Album Chopin Waltz

songsPosthumous Nocturne In C Sharp Minor No. 20 (Nocturne Posthume En Do Dièse Mineur N° 20) by Fryderyk Chopin from the Album Passion

songsChopin: Nocturne No.20 Op. Posthumous in C sharp minor by Daniel Pollack from the Album "First Kiss" ~ Romantic Piano Music for Love and Passion

songsNot Entered: Nocturne Opus Posthumous by Sara Sant'Ambrogio Robert Koenig from the Album The Chopin Collection

songsNocturnes: C Sharp Minor Op. Posthumous by Yundi from the Album Chopin Nocturnes

songsNocturne in E Minor, Op. 72 No. 1 (Posthumous) by Cassidy Aarstad from the Album Nocturne in E Minor, Op. 72 No. 1 (Posthumous)

movies

Movies about Posthumous:

moviesPainting the Posthumous Portrait 2011 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 38 mins Directed by: Createspace

moviesSylvan - Posthumous Silence - The Show - Live at Kampnagel 2001 NR - Runtime: 1 hr Starring: n/a Directed by: Sebastian Harneck

moviesPerry Mason Collector's Edition: The Case of the Pathetic Patient & The Case of the Posthumous Painter 1998 - Starring: William Hopper and Barbara Hale

moviesREGINALDO FARIA/PETRONIO GONTIJO/SONIA BRAGA - MEMORIAS POSTUMAS - POSTHUMOUS MEMORIES -

moviesMemorias Postumas - Posthumous Memories - Reginaldo Faria / Petronio Gontijo / Sonia Braga -

wiki

Wiki information Posthumous:

Posthumous name

A posthumous name is an honorary name given to royalty, nobles, and sometimes others, in East Asia after the person's death, and is used almost exclusively instead of one's personal name or other official titles during his life. The posthumous name...

Ladislaus the Posthumous
Monarch, Person, Deceased Person, Person Or Being In Fiction, Noble person

Ladislaus the Posthumous was Duke of Austria from 1440, King of Hungary from 1444 and King of Bohemia from 1453.