(referring especially to the use of wireless electronic devices) mobile: m-commerce; m-business.
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Definition for m- (2 of 5)
U.S. Military. (used to designate the production model of military equipment, as the M-1 rifle.)
Definition for m- (3 of 5)
a prefix found in many family names of Irish or Scottish Gaelic origin, as MacBride and Macdonald.
Also Mc- Mc-, M'-.
Origin of Mac-
< Irish, Scots Gaelic mac son, Old Irish macc; akin to Welsh, Cornish mab
Definition for m- (4 of 5)
Definition for m- (5 of 5)
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British Dictionary definitions for m- (1 of 5)
short for meta- (def. 4)
British Dictionary definitions for m- (2 of 5)
indicating the use of mobile-communications technologym-banking
British Dictionary definitions for m- (3 of 5)
British Dictionary definitions for m- (4 of 5)
For names beginning with this prefix, see under Mac-
British Dictionary definitions for m- (5 of 5)
Mc- or M'-
(in surnames of Scottish or Irish Gaelic origin) son ofMacDonald; MacNeice
Word Origin for Mac-
from Goidelic mac son of; compare Welsh mab, Cornish mab
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Medicine definitions for m-
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