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A.M.

1.
a.m.
2.
Master of Arts.
Origin
< Latin Artium Magister

Master of Arts

noun
1.
a master's degree given usually in a specific branch of the humanities or social sciences.
2.
a person who has been awarded this degree.
Abbreviation: M.A., A.M.
Origin
1490-1500

A and M

1.
Agricultural and Mechanical (college):
Texas A and M.
Also, A&M.
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British Dictionary definitions for a. m.

a.m.

abbreviation (indicating the time period from midnight to midday)
1.
ante meridiem Compare p.m.
Word Origin
Latin: before noon

Master of Arts

noun
1.
a degree, usually postgraduate and in a nonscientific subject, or the holder of this degree MA
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Word Origin and History for a. m.

a.m.

also AM, type of radio wave broadcast; see amplitude.

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Related Abbreviations for a. m.

a.m.

Latin ante meridiem (before noon)

A.M.

  1. airmail
  2. Latin anno mundi (in the year of the world)
  3. Latin ante meridiem (before noon)
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