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ul·ti·ma

 (ŭl′tə-mə)
n.
The last syllable of a word.

[Latin, feminine of ultimus, last; see ultimate.]

ultima

(ˈʌltɪmə)
n
(Linguistics) the final syllable of a word
[from Latin: the last, feminine of ultimus last; see ultimate]

ul•ti•ma

(ˈʌl tə mə)

n., pl -mas.
the last syllable of a word.
[1860–65; < Latin, feminine of ultimus, superlative corresponding to ulterior ulterior]
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Noun1.ultima - the last syllable in a word
syllable - a unit of spoken language larger than a phoneme; "the word `pocket' has two syllables"
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Though Jennings's taste in games is eclectic, he had a special place in his heart for the Ultima series, a batch of role-playing games that's been described as one of the most important video game series ever made.
The new ULTIMA series of steel hand pumps from Enerpac are designed for easier and safer operation, as well as extended life.
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The ultima series of pansies has long been a favourite among gardeners and already boasts a good range of colours.
Jabsco, tel:0199 245 0145, tell us that their Hy[sim]Line and Ultima series of hygienic rotary lobe pumps are now independently tested and certified to the European Hygienic Equipment Design Group CIP protocol.
The Accord blotch and clear mixes, the Atlas mix, the Clear Sky series, the Rally mix, the Ultima series, and the Universal Plus blotch and clear mixes all performed well above average in the trials conducted by Allan Armitage, professor of horticulture at the University of Georgia.
Rogers Brothers has redesigned its Ultima Series trailers to haul additional payload, while still complying with the GVWR regulations.