Aft (adverb)

  1. Toward or at the stern of a ship or tail of an aircraft.
  2. At or near the back of a vehicle or aircraft.

Origin:

Middle english, from old english æftan; akin to old high german aftana aft.

Examples:

  1. The captain stood aft on the bridge.
  2. The passengers sat aft in the airplane.
  3. The motorboat's aft end was damaged in the accident.
  4. The aft deck of the ship was a popular spot for sunbathing.
  5. The aft section of the train was less crowded than the front.
Some random words: chopper, bureau, sway