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dm

1.
decimeter; decimeters.

DM

Dm.

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  • Large trees of this species in Indiana are usually from 4-6 dm.

    Trees of Indiana

    Charles Clemon Deam
  • As an English name is pronounced ădam; as French, -dng, as German, dm.

  • In the Elphinstone Codex it has been written-over into Ivm, once resembles vm more than dm and once is omitted.

    The Bbur-nma in English

    Babur, Emperor of Hindustan
  • Most Albanian families charged refugee families an average of 500 dm a month for their accommodation in subhuman conditions.

    After the Rain Sam Vaknin
  • Large and very tall trees; bark of young trees tight, beginning to scale when the trees reach 1-2 dm.

    Trees of Indiana

    Charles Clemon Deam
British Dictionary definitions for dm

dm1

symbol
1.
decimetre

dm2

abbreviation
1.
Dominica

DM

abbreviation
1.
(in Canada) deputy minister
2.
(the former) Deutschmark
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dm in Medicine

dM abbr.
decimorgan

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