- post horn,
- post horse,
- post house,
- post meridiem,
- post mill,
- post obitum,
- post office,
- post office box,
- post office department,
- post race
Origin of post oak
Examples from the Web for post oak
A cross between Munson of America and a Post-oak hybrid, about 1898.
A seedling of Post-oak crossed with Herbemont; from Munson, about 1885.
The acorns of the other sorts of oak not yet ripe, nor are they in so large quantities as the white-oak, except on the post-oak.
One day we were eating dinner, while Jack sat perched on the post-oak near the door.Golden Days for Boys and Girls|Various
The fruit is characteristic because of its dense bloom, firm, yet tender texture and the peculiar so-called Post-oak flavor.