proximo

adjective
prox·​i·​mo | \ ˈpräk-sə-ˌmō How to pronounce proximo (audio) \

Definition of proximo

: of or occurring in the next month after the present

First Known Use of proximo

1855, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for proximo

Latin proximo mense in the next month

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