postdiluvian

adjective
post·di·lu·vi·an | \ˌpōs(t)-də-ˈlü-vē-ən, -dī-\

Definition of postdiluvian 

: of or relating to the period after the flood described in the Bible

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postdiluvian noun

First Known Use of postdiluvian

1680, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for postdiluvian

post- + Latin diluvium flood — more at deluge

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