M meaning

ĕm
Mile.
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The definition of m is the thirteenth letter of the English alphabet.

An example of m is the first letter in the word "martian."

noun
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The 13th in a series.
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The 13th letter of the modern English alphabet.
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(physics) Mass.
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Million.
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Any of the speech sounds represented by the letter m.
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(grammar) Masculine.
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Meter (measurement)
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Something shaped like the letter M.
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An object shaped like M.
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Thirteenth in a sequence or group.
adjective
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Minute.
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A Roman numeral for 1,000: with a superior bar (), 1,000,000
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A .30-caliber, gas-operated semiautomatic rifle capable of firing eight rounds before reloading, used by US forces during the 1940s and 1950s.
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Any of the speech sounds that this letter represents, as, in English, the (m) of milk or stratagem.
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A type or impression for m or M.
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The thirteenth in a sequence or group.
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(printing) An em (Example: a “ dash” is a dash that is one em long)
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Of m or M.
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Monday.
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Master.
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Mill (currency)
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Minim.
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Contraction of am .

I'm feeling fine.

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A 5.56 mm-caliber, gas-operated, clip-fed carbine derived from the M-16 but with a shorter barrel, used chiefly for special operations and combat at close quarters.
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A 5.56 mm-caliber, gas-operated, clip-fed assault rifle, first used by US troops during the Vietnam War.
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A powerful cylindrical firecracker.
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The thirteenth letter of the English alphabet: from the Greek mu, derived ultimately from the Phoenician.
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Shaped like M.
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Male.
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Manual.
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Mark (a coin)
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Married.
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Masculine.
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Medium.
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Meridian.
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Meter(s)
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Mile(s)
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Mill(s)
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Milli-
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Million(s)
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Minim.
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Minute(s)
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Month.
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Moon.
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Morning.
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Noon.

A.m., p.m.

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(bible) Maccabees.
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Male.
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Manitoba.
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March.
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(rom. history) Marcus (the praenomen)
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Mark (a coin)
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Marquis.
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Married.
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May.
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Medieval.
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Medium.
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Mega-
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(astron.) Messier catalog.
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(chem.) Metal.
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(music) Mezzo.
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(physics) Momentum.
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Monday.
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Monsieur.
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(elec.) Mutual inductance.
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affix
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Am.

I'm here; how'm I doing?

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M'Donald.

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A measure of a country's money supply, comprising currency in circulation and funds readily convertible into cash, chiefly checking-account deposits: other measures (M-2, M-3, etc.) include additional components of money supply, such as time deposits and money market funds.
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Abbreviation of mass , meter.
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(1) See mega, em and Facebook M.
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Meter. See meter.
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Mega. From Greek megas, meaning great, translates to million.
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In transmission systems, MHz (MegaHertz) is a million (10 6 ) Hertz, Mbps (Megabit per second) is a million (10 6 ) bits per second, and MBps (MegaByte per second) is a million (10 6 ) bytes per second. In transmission systems, therefore, a million is exactly 1,000,000, since the measurement is based on a base 10, or decimal, number system.
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In computing and storage systems, a MB (MegaByte) is actually 1,048,576 (2 20 ) bytes, because the measurement is based on a base 2, or binary, number system.The term MB comes from the fact that 1,048,576 is nominally, or approximately, 1,000,000.
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The thirteenth letter of the English alphabet, called em and written in the Latin script.
letter
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The ordinal number thirteenth, derived from this letter of the English alphabet, called em and written in the Latin script.
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(grammar) Masculine.
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(knitting) Make.
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(metrology) Symbol for the milliohm, an SI unit of electrical resistance equal to 10−3 ohms.
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(computing) The ASCII control character carriage return in caret notation.
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(rare) Clitic form of my.
pronoun
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(physics) The electron mass, 9.109×10-31 kg.
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(US) A lightweight assault rifle, originating from the Vietnam War period.
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(physics) Modulus.
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(chemistry) Molality.
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The symbol for the Roman numeral 1,000.
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(printing) Em.
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(bible) Maccabees.
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Mach number.
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Male.
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Married.
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Medium.
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Meridian.
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(latin) Meridies (noon)
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Metal.
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Middle.
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Middle term.
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(sports) Midfielder.
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(chemistry) Molarity.
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(physics) Moment.
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Monsieur.
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Month.
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Mutual inductance.
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Noon.

A.M., P.M.

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Origin of m

  • M military classification

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • M military classification

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • M military classification

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • M military classification

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition