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P.M.

1.
Past Master.
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p.m.
4.
Police Magistrate.
6.
post-mortem.
7.
Prime Minister.
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Provost Marshal.
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British Dictionary definitions for p m

p.m.

abbreviation
1.
(indicating the time period from midday to midnight) post meridiem See a.m.
2.
post-mortem (examination)
Word Origin
(sense 1) Latin: after noon
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Word Origin and History for p m

p.m.

abbreviation of Latin post meridiem "after noon."

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p.m.

Latin post meridiem (after noon)

P.M.

Latin post meridiem (after noon)
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