The latter commonly used in English Literature , when used in a sentence means, the 2nd of the two words.
I could either go and read a book or fap. The latter sounds more appealing.
by FiendishFish August 04, 2007
In a short amount of time or in a long amount of time
Nate: Latter Dude
by archerygirl11 August 25, 2015
An individual (usually geeky) who is academically gifted and enjoy sharing his knowledge with others. His effortless
Paul helped me with my homework last night, he's such a Latter!
by TheRealPJG May 29, 2011
Used in 16th and 17th english literature to say the subject. The newer version of latter is the word it. A lesser known pronoun used for anything.
My cat is sick. The latter doesn't seem to be getting better.
by Zickddot December 21, 2006
Used as a form to say goodbye between friends.
Etimology: Distortion Language. Used instead of "later."
"alright see u tommorrow, latter."
by Chingon December 15, 2005