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proximo

[ prok-suh-moh ]
/ ˈprɒk səˌmoʊ /
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adverb
in, of, or during the next month: on the 10th proximo.Compare instant (def. 11), ultimo.
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Origin of proximo

1850–55; <Latin proximō ablative of proximus next. See proximal
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British Dictionary definitions for proximo

proximo
/ (ˈprɒksɪməʊ) /

adverb
(esp abbreviated in formal correspondence) in or during the next or coming montha letter of the seventh proximo Abbreviation: prox Compare: instant, ultimo

Word Origin for proximo

C19: from Latin: in or on the next, from proximus next
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Medical definitions for proximo

proximo-

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Proximal:proximoataxia.
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