First fact: A.M. and P.M.

Did you know that A.M. stands for ante meridiem, and P.M. stands for post meridiem? ante meridiem is Latin for before noon and post meridiem is for after noon. I thought that was cool. But why is afternoon called “afternoon”, and mornings not “before afternoon”?

Thanks for reading,

The Great Rising Puzzlement

(P.S. O look!! ↑↑ I found out you can set a featured picture! And also, I put a little follow widget down there↓↓ {subtle hint}.:)

I’m done now.

GRP

“AM and PM: What Do They Mean?” AM and PM: What Do They Mean? N.p., n.d. Web. 28 July 2015. <http://www.timeanddate.com/time/am-and-pm.html&gt;.

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