Post

post - Prefix with Latin origin - meaning "after".

Post may refer to:
* An entry in a blog or internet forum (also see: posting style)
* Mail, the postal system, especially in Commonwealth of Nations countries
* Pole, a long and straight stick, usually vertical which may be a structural element in post and beam systems
** Pillar, a structural element of a car body
* Abbreviation of Post Production, the process that occurs in the making of audio recordings, films/movies, photography, digital art, videos and television programs. It is the general term for all stages of production occurring after the actual recording and ending with the completed work.
* The "Post" is the name of a number of newspapers including:
** "New York Post", (USA)
** "The Washington Post", (USA)
** "The Christian Post", (USA)
** "The Jerusalem Post", (Israel)
** "The Sunday Post", (Scotland)
** "National Post", (Canada)
** "The Sunday Business Post", (Ireland)
** "Australasian Post", (Australia)
* "Post (album)", by Björk
* Post Cereals
* A military base
* Posting (laundering process), or "postadh", a traditional Scottish method of washing clothes
* The Posting system, a transfer system for baseball players moving from a Japanese baseball team to a Major League Baseball team
* Posting the trot or canter
* Post (route), a route run by a receiver in American Football
* Post Records, a record label
* "Post Magazine", a magazine
* Post player, a basketball term to denote forwards and centers who play their positions near the basket
* Post, Texas, the county seat of Garza County

The initialism POST may refer to:

* In computing
** Power-on self-test, a computer's pre-boot sequence
** POST is an Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) request method
* Part-of-speech tagging
* The Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (UK)
* Peace Officer Standards and Training

For people with the surname Post see Post (surname)


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