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12-hour clock - Wikipedia


The 12-hour clock is a time convention in which the 24 hours of the day are divided into two ... the day are divided into two periods: a.m. (from the Latin, ante meridiem, meaning before midday) and...

AM and PM: What Do They Mean? - Timeanddate.com


What do AM and PM mean? Before noon, and after noon of course.

What do a.m. and p.m. stand for? | Dictionary.com Blog


May 19, 2015 ... The term we associate with the morning, a.m., is an abbreviation the Latin phrase ante merīdiem meaning “before midday”; p.m. is an ...

meaning - What is the proper name for "AM" and "PM"? - English ...


Jul 22, 2011 ... I know that AM/PM is for ante/post meridiem, but what is it actually called? Meridian indicator? 12 hour indicator? Something way more clever?

Abbreviation - AM and PM Ante Meridiem and Post Meridiem noon ...


Abbreviation(s), Latin phrase, Meaning. AM A.M. am a.m., Ante Meridiem Ante Meridian Latin = "before midday", before noon. PM P.M. pm p.m., Post Meridiem

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Sep 16, 2015 ... In this video I go over the details of the meaning, why we use AM and PM in the first place and I also share more information about the 12 hour ...

What is the difference between AM and PM? | Reference.com


The difference between a.m. and p.m. is in the time of day. The designation a.m. refers to any time that is after midnight and prior to noon. Any time that is ...

What is the meaning of a.m. and p.m.? | Reference.com


In a 24-hour day, a.m. and p.m. refer to the two 12-hour periods of the day. A.m. refers to the period between 12:00 in the morning and 11:59 in the late morning,  ...

What A.M. and P.M. Stand For - Today I Found Out


Jun 16, 2010 ... Today I found out what a.m. and p.m. stand for. And no, it's not, as my first grade teacher told me, “After Midnight” and “Past Midday”. LIES!!!