MD

1

or M.D.


Doctor of Medicine.

Origin of MD

1
From the New Latin word Medicīnae Doctor

Definition for m.d. (2 of 2)

MD

2

Maryland (approved especially for use with zip code).
Middle Dutch.Also M.D.
months after date.
muscular dystrophy.
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British Dictionary definitions for m.d. (1 of 3)

md


the internet domain name for

Moldova

British Dictionary definitions for m.d. (2 of 3)

Md


the chemical symbol for

mendelevium

British Dictionary definitions for m.d. (3 of 3)

MD


abbreviation for

Word Origin for MD

(sense 1) from Latin Medicinae Doctor
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Word Origin and History for m.d.

M.D.


1755, abbreviation of Latin Medicinæ Doctor "doctor of medicine."

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Medicine definitions for m.d. (1 of 2)

Md


The symbol for the elementmendelevium

Medicine definitions for m.d. (2 of 2)

MD


abbr.

Medicinae Doctor (Doctor of Medicine)
muscular dystrophy
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Science definitions for m.d.

Md


The symbol for mendelevium.
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