- (rare or no longer productive) With contrary, subordinate, or remote effect; denoting hindrance, setback, inferiority, etc.
- With adverbial or adjectival effect, forming compound words indicating something that comes afterwards in spacial position or time.
- With prepositional effect, forming compound words denoting something which follows the second element of the compound.
► <a class='CategoryTreeLabel CategoryTreeLabelNs14 CategoryTreeLabelCategory' href='/wiki/Category:English_words_prefixed_with_after-'>English words prefixed with after-</a>
- affter- (obsolete)
- (no longer productive) after-, sub-, second... (expressing that something comes after another thing)
- Aftermieter — subtenant
- (no longer productive) pseudo-, spurious... (expressing that something is false or fake)
- Afterklaue — pseudo-claw
- Afterbildung — malformation
- Afterlehre — false doctrine
► <a class='CategoryTreeLabel CategoryTreeLabelNs14 CategoryTreeLabelCategory' href='/wiki/Category:German_words_prefixed_with_after-'>German words prefixed with after-</a>