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Last from English; final, ultimate, last person to arrive.

pinaka- creates superlatives.

Though pinakalast can be both comparative and superlative.

More final than final

Most ultimate

  • "Pinaka"? Like Shiva Dhanush? – Malvolio Apr 27 '16 at 15:45
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The very last is an expression commonly used.

Examples:

  • He was the very last person to arrive at the meeting.

  • This is the very last piece available for sale.

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