Definition of post-obit in English:

post-obit

adjective

archaic
  • Taking effect after death.

    • ‘He revealed he was the purchaser but was only prepared to re-sell the legacy if Crewe made a post-obit bond to pay him £1,800 after the death of Crewe's father.’

Origin

Mid 18th century: from Latin post obitum, from post ‘after’ + obitus ‘decease’ (from obire ‘to die’).

Pronunciation

post-obit

/ˌpōstˈōbət/