P.M.

1.
Past Master.
2.
3.
p.m.
4.
Police Magistrate.
6.
post-mortem.
7.
Prime Minister.
8.
Provost Marshal.

p.m.

1.
after noon.
2.
the period between noon and midnight.
Origin
< Latin post merīdiem
Usage note
See a.m.
British Dictionary definitions for p.m
p.m., P.M., pm or PM
 
abbreviation for
1.  See a.m. (indicating the time period from midday to midnight) post meridiem
2.  post-mortem (examination)
 
[(sense 1) Latin: after noon]
 
P.M., P.M., pm or PM
 
abbreviation for
 
[(sense 1) Latin: after noon]
 
pm, P.M., pm or PM
 
abbreviation for
 
[(sense 1) Latin: after noon]
 
PM, P.M., pm or PM
 
abbreviation for
 
[(sense 1) Latin: after noon]

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Word Origin and History for p.m
p.m.
abbreviation of L. post meridiem "after noon" (1647).
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p.m.

Latin post meridiem (after noon)

P.M.

Latin post meridiem (after noon)
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