Etymology
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proximo

in correspondence, etc., "in or of the next or coming month," noting a day in the coming month (proximo mense), Latin ablative singular of proximus "nearest, next" (see proximate). Often abbreviated prox. Compare ultimo, instant (adj.).

updated on January 01, 2021

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Definitions of proximo from WordNet

proximo (adj.)
in or of the next month after the present;
Synonyms: prox
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