Sm


Symbol, Chemistry.

Definition for sm (2 of 8)

SM

service mark.

Definition for sm (3 of 8)

S and M

or S&M, s&m


sadomasochism; sadism and masochism.

Origin of S and M

First recorded in 1965–70

Definition for sm (4 of 8)

S.&M.

Insurance.

stock and machinery.

Definition for sm (5 of 8)

Definition for sm (6 of 8)

S-M

or s-m, S/M, s/m


Definition for sm (7 of 8)

S.M.1

Master of Science.

Origin of S.M.

1
From the New Latin word Scientiae Magister

Definition for sm (8 of 8)

S.M.2

sergeant major.
State Militia.
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British Dictionary definitions for sm (1 of 3)

sm

the internet domain name for

San Marino

British Dictionary definitions for sm (2 of 3)

Sm

the chemical symbol for

samarium

British Dictionary definitions for sm (3 of 3)

SM

abbreviation for

sergeant major
sadomasochism
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Medical definitions for sm

Sm

The symbol for the elementsamarium
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Scientific definitions for sm (1 of 2)

Sm

The symbol for samarium.

Scientific definitions for sm (2 of 2)

samarium
[ sə-mârē-əm ]

Sm

A silvery-white metallic element of the lanthanide series that exists in several forms and has seven naturally occurring isotopes. It is used to make glass that absorbs infrared light and to absorb neutrons in the fuel rods of nuclear reactors. Atomic number 62; atomic weight 150.36; melting point 1,072°C; boiling point 1,791°C; specific gravity approximately 7.50; valence 2, 3. See Periodic Table.
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