Doctor of Medicine.
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Origin of MD1
From the New Latin word Medicīnae Doctor
Maryland (approved especially for use with zip code).
Middle Dutch.Also M.D.
months after date.
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the internet domain name for
the chemical symbol for
Doctor of Medicine
(in Canada) municipal district
Moldova (international car registration)
Word Origin for MD
(sense 1) from Latin Medicinae Doctor
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1755, abbreviation of Latin Medicinæ Doctor "doctor of medicine."
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The symbol for the elementmendelevium
Medicinae Doctor (Doctor of Medicine)
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The symbol for mendelevium.
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