ultimo

[ uhl-tuh-moh ]
/ ˈʌl təˌmoʊ /

adverb

in or of the month preceding the current one: on the 12th ultimo.Abbreviation: ult., ulto.Compare instant (def. 11), proximo.

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Origin of ultimo

1575–85; <Latin ultimō (mēnse or diē) in the last (month) or on the last (day)
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ultimo
/ (ˈʌltɪˌməʊ) /

adverb

(esp abbreviated in formal correspondence) in or during the previous montha letter of the 7th ultimo Abbreviation: ult. Compare instant (def. 7), proximo

Word Origin for ultimo

C16: from Latin ultimō on the last
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