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an·te me·rid·i·em (ăn'tē mə-rĭd'ē-əm)
adv. & adj. (Abbr. A.M. or a.m. or A.M.)
Before noon. Used chiefly in the abbreviated form to specify the hour: 10:30 A.M.; an A.M. appointment.

Ante Meridiem
Before noon. Usually abbreviated A.M.

The adjective ante meridiem has one meaning:

Meaning #1: before noon
Synonyms: a.m., am

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The adverb ante meridiem has one meaning:

Meaning #1: (Latin) before noon
Synonyms: A.M., AM

12-hour clock
24-hour clock 12-hour clock
00:00 12:00 midnight (a.m.)
01:00 1:00 a.m.
02:00 2:00 a.m.
... ...
11:00 11:00 a.m.
12:00 12:00 noon (p.m.)
13:00 1:00 p.m.
14:00 2:00 p.m.
15:00 3:00 p.m.
16:00 4:00 p.m.
17:00 5:00 p.m.
18:00 6:00 p.m.
19:00 7:00 p.m.
20:00 8:00 p.m.
21:00 9:00 p.m.
22:00 10:00 p.m.
23:00 11:00 p.m.
24:00
the same day 12:00 midnight (a.m.)
the next day
The 12-hour clock is a timekeeping convention in which the 24 hours of the day are divided into two periods called ante meridiem (a.m., from Latin, literally "before midday") and post meridiem (p.m., "after midday"). Each period consists of 12 hours numbered 12 (acting as a zero), 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11. The a.m. period runs from midnight to noon, while the p.m. period runs from noon to midnight. The most common convention is to assign 12 a.m. to midnight (at the beginning of the day) and 12 p.m. to noon, defining both half days to have a closed (inclusive) beginning and open (exclusive) end. 12 noon and 12 midnight can more clearly express these times (except that for midnight one may need to also specify whether it is the midnight at the beginning or the end of the day in question).

History and usage
The 12-hour clock originated in Egypt. However, the lengths of their hours varied seasonally, always with 12 hours from sunrise to sunset and 12 hours from sunset to sunrise, the hour beginning and ending each half-day (four hours each day) being a twilight hour. An Egyptian sundial for daylight use[1] and an Egyptian water clock for nighttime use found in the tomb of Pharaoh Amenhotep I,[2] both dating to c. 1500 BC, divided these periods into 12 hours each. The Romans also used a 12-hour clock: the day was divided into 12 equal hours (of, thus, varying length throughout the year) and the night was divided into three watches.

The Romans numbered the morning hours originally in reverse. For example, "3 a.m." or "3 hours ante meridiem" meant "three hours before noon", compared to the modern meaning of "three hours after midnight".

The first mechanical clocks in the 14th century, if they had dials at all, showed all 24 hours, using the 24 hour analog dial, influenced by astronomers' familiarity with the astrolabe and sundial, and their desire to model the apparent motion of the sun. In Northern Europe, these dials generally used the 12 hour numbering scheme in Roman numerals, but showed both a.m. and p.m. periods in sequence. This is known as the Double-XII system, and can be seen on many surviving clock faces, such as those at Wells and Exeter. Elsewhere in Europe, particularly in Italy, numbering was more likely to be based on the 24 hour system (I to XXIV), reflecting the Italian style of counting the hours.

Exeter Cathedral clock, showing the Double-XII numbering scheme.During the 15th and 16th centuries, the 12 hour analog dial and time system, with its simpler and more economical construction, gradually became established as standard throughout Northern Europe for general public use, with the 24 hour analog dial reserved for the more specialist applications, such as for astronomical clocks and chronometers.

Today, most analog clocks and watches use the 12-hour dial, where the hour hand (shorter and sometimes thicker) commonly rotates once over the course of every 12 hours, and twice in a day. These are used even in cultures where the 24-hour notation is otherwise preferred. Some 12-hour dials show the numbers 13 to 23 written inside the primary 1 to 12 ring.

Although it has largely been replaced today by the 24-hour notation around the world, especially in written communication, the 12-hour notation with a.m./p.m. suffix is common in some parts of the world.

It is the dominant form of time written and spoken in:
Australia
Canada (except Quebec)
New Zealand
Philippines
United States of America
It is commonly used alongside the 24-hour clock in:
Albania
Bulgaria
Greece
Quebec, Canada
Turkey
United Kingdom and other English-speaking regions
some Spanish-speaking regions of South America
In many European countries, a 12-hour clock is commonly used in informal speech, but no concept of a.m./p.m. exists. If one wants to unambiguously refer to time in the 12-hour system, one uses descriptive phrases instead, such as in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening, at night.

Use by country
Main article: date and time notation by country

Abbreviations
The Latin abbreviations "a.m." and "p.m." (often written "am" and "pm" or "AM" and "PM") are used in English and Spanish. In Albanian, the equivalents are "PD" and "MD", in Greek they are "πµ" and "µµ", and in Swedish (though in Sweden the 12-hour clock is nowadays rarely used) they are "f.m." and "e.m.". Most other languages lack formal abbreviations for "before noon" and "after noon" and their users use the 12-hour clock only verbally and informally.

Criticism and practical problems
Many people who grew up with the 24-hour clock see the 12-hour notation as a less practical and outdated convention, especially in the context of written communication, computers and digital clocks. The arguments for or against a change to the more modern alternative are, in many ways, similar to the discussion on metrication. However, even most people who grew up with the 12-hour clock do not know how to use it to indicate midnight and noon. In addition, those who grew up with the 24-hour clock are also confused when they come across situations very common in, for example, Internet forums and email in which a message indicated as posted at "12:46am" appears unintuitively and seemingly illogically before a message marked "11:05am" for example.

In comparison to the 24-hour clock, the disadvantages most commonly voiced by critics of the 12-hour notation are:

confusion about the correct notation for noon and midnight;
confusion about the difference between midnight at the start and end of a given date;
typographically, the a.m./p.m. suffix requires more space;
the rollover from 12 midnight to 1 a.m. happens one hour after the rollover from one day's date to the next;
the lexicographical order does not equal the chronological order;
generally more complicated to understand and to implement in software and digital electronics.

Confusion at noon and midnight
The terms ante meridiem (before noon) and post meridiem (after noon) do not literally apply to noon and midnight. Although the term meridies (literally midday) properly applies to noon, its abbreviation m. is not commonly used.

However, it has become common practice in countries that use the system (such as the United States) to designate 12:00 p.m. as noon and 12:00 a.m. as midnight at the beginning of the day (this is the de facto convention). The practical advantage of this convention becomes clear when one considers a digital clock. Noon and midnight are only infinitesimal points in time, and therefore it is not practical to use any other convention than that which also applies immediately afterwards when the clock still displays 12:00. This convention is standardized for computer usage in an ANSI standard[citation needed] (which extends the international standard ISO 8601 time notation with a 12-hour a.m./p.m. variant for the U.S.-market). [An easy way to remember this convention is to consider what the a.m./p.m. value would be one minute later at 12:01. Whatever it is at 12:01, that's what it is one minute earlier at 12:00. For example, suppose you find a file on your computer dated 12:00 p.m. and you wonder whether that means noon or midnight. Consider 12:01 p.m. That would be one minute after noon. Therefore, 12:00 p.m. denotes noon.]

Nevertheless, this usage of using 12:00 a.m. for midnight and 12:00 p.m. for noon is contrary to the U.S. Government Printing Office Style Manual [3] and the Chicago Manual of Style [4], which recommends the use of 12:00 p.m. for midnight and 12:00 m. for noon (not 12:00 a.m.).

On the other hand, some references agree with the de facto convention. For example, in the American Heritage Dictionary (Second College Edition) the usage note in the entry for ante meridiem says: Strictly speaking, 12 A.M. denotes midnight, and 12 P.M. denotes noon, but there is sufficient confusion over these uses to make it advisable to use 12 noon and 12 midnight where clarity is required. A similar usage note can be found at .

Many U.S. style guides (including the NIST website) recommend instead that it is clearest if one refers to "noon" or "12:00 noon" and "midnight" or "12:00 midnight" (rather than to "12:00 p.m." and "12:00 a.m.", respectively). Some other style guides suggest "12:00 n" for noon and "12:00 m" for midnight,[5] but this conflicts withe the older tradition of using "12:00 m" for noon (Latin meridies), and "12:00 mn" for midnight (Latin media nox).

Still, use of 12:00 midnight is problematic because it does not distinguish between the midnight at the start of the day referenced and the midnight at its end. Therefore, some U.S. style guides recommend to either provide other context clues, or to avoid references to midnight entirely, for example in favour of 11:59 p.m. for the end of the day and 12:01 a.m. for the start of the day. The latter has become common practice in the United States in legal contracts and for airplane, bus, or train schedules, though some schedules now use the de facto convention.

The 24-hour clock notation avoids all of these ambiguities by using 00:00 and 12:00. From 23:59:59 the time shifts to 00:00:00, in fact the beginning of the next day. Some variants of 24-hour notation will explicitly use 24:00 when referring to midnight with reference to the previous day.

Advantages of the 12-hour clock
Most analog clocks and watches have 12-hour dials. The 24-hour analog dials used by, for example, pilots and radio amateurs, are less commonly seen, and consequently require some practice to read. Children learn only the 12-hour analog dial at school.
Some 12-hour analog dials try to show the hours from 13 to 24 on an additional ring, usually inside the main 1-to-12 ring. This is an inelegant solution.
Clocks with a chime are in step only on hours 1 to 12 and deviate for hours 0 and 13 to 23. Chiming 0 times is not a possible signal and chimes with more than 12 strikes tend to be difficult to count and annoying.
Some people find the idea of 0 or 00 hours unnatural.
Restricting the hour number range to 1 to 12 can accommodate a preference for monosyllabic words, which may be particularly associated with the English language.
Some people dislike the idea that midnight has two different notations in the 24-hour clock, depending on whether it is the beginning (00:00) or end (24:00) of the day.

Related conventions

Typography
The initialisms "AM" and "PM" are variously written in small capitals ("am" and "pm"), uppercase letters ("AM" and "PM"), or lowercase letters ("am" and "pm"). Additionally, some styles use periods (full stops), especially in combination with lowercase letters (thus "a.m." and "p.m.").

Some style guides suggest not to use a leading zero with a single-digit hour. For example, "3:52 p.m." is preferred over "03:52 p.m.". Many digital clocks nevertheless use a leading zero. The leading zero is more commonly used with the 24-hour notation and especially in computer applications in which it can help to maintain column alignment in tables and correct sorting order.

There are symbols for "a.m." (U+33C2 = "㏂") and "p.m." (U+33D8 = "㏘") in Unicode. However, they are meant to be used only with CJK fonts, as they take up exactly the same space as one Chinese character.

Pronunciation
In informal language it is common to round a time to the nearest 5 minutes and express the time as so many minutes past an hour (eg 5:05 is five past 5) or minutes to an hour (eg 5:55 is five to six). 15 minutes is usually expressed as "quarter" (hence 5:15 is quarter past five) and 30 minutes is expressed as half (hence 5:30 is half past 5 or merely half five, the latter expression not being commonly used in the U.S.A.). For accurate times, the minutes may be expressed as an exact number of minutes past the hour specifying the time of day (eg 6:32 p.m. is thirty-two minutes past six in the evening).

Times of day ending in ":00" minutes (full hours) may be pronounced in English as the numbered hour followed by o'clock (10:00 as ten o'clock, 2:00 as two o'clock). This may be followed by the "a.m." or "p.m." designator or may be not if obvious, though phrases such as in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening, or at night more commonly follow analog-style terms such as o'clock, half past three, and quarter to four. O'clock itself may be omitted, telling a time as four a.m. or four p.m. Minutes ":01" to ":09" are usually pronounced as oh one to oh nine (aught one to aught nine may still be in use in some Commonwealth countries). Minutes ":10" to ":59" are pronounced as their usual number-words. For instance 6:02 a.m. can be pronounced six oh two a m, 6:32 a.m. could be told as six thirty-two a m.

In contexts in which the speaker has recently mentioned the hour of the day or for some other reason believes it to be well known to his or her hearers, he or she may omit all reference to it and simply declare the minutes, using expressions such as seventeen minutes past the (top of the) hour [to refer to 4:17am, or 11:17pm, etc.] or three minutes till the bottom of the hour [which similarly signals 7:27pm, or 9:27am, etc.]. This is also true of television broadcasts whose signals are picked up in more than one time zone, since the hour varies with region.

post me·rid·i·em (mə-rĭd'ē-əm)
adv. & adj. (Abbr. P.M. or p.m. or P.M.)
After noon. Used chiefly in the abbreviated form to specify the hour: 10:30 P.M.; a P.M. appointment.

The adjective post meridiem has one meaning:

Meaning #1: after noon
Synonyms: p.m., pm

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The adverb post meridiem has one meaning:

Meaning #1: (Latin) between noon and midnight
Synonyms: P.M., PM

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