# Question: Is 11 59 Pm Almost Midnight?

## Is 12am in the morning or night?

Another convention sometimes used is that, since 12 noon is by definition neither ante meridiem (before noon) nor post meridiem (after noon), then 12am refers to midnight at the start of the specified day (00:00) and 12pm to midnight at the end of that day (24:00)..

## What is 12 AM in 24 hour time?

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## What do you call the time after midnight?

If you go to bed after midnight, it can be called ‘night’. If you get up well before dawn, it can be called ‘early morning’. –

## Is 11 59 pm Just before midnight?

11:59 PM is one minute before midnight. One minute before noon is 11:59 AM.

## Is 12pm a midnight?

Another convention sometimes used is that, since 12 noon is by definition neither ante meridiem (before noon) nor post meridiem (after noon), then 12am refers to midnight at the start of the specified day (00:00) and 12pm to midnight at the end of that day (24:00).

## Is 11 59 pm in the morning or at night?

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## What time of day is 11 am?

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## What time of day is 12 30 pm?

12:30 a.m. is in the first period which begins at midnight (technically 12:00 a.m.) and the 12:30 p.m. is just after noon (which technically is 12 p.m.).

## What time of day is 11 59 pm?

11:59 PM or 12:01 AM, or. 23:59 or 0:01 (24-Hour Clock)

## Is 11 59 pm night or afternoon?

11:59 PM is one minute before midnight. One minute before noon is 11:59 AM. Noon is 12 PM.

## Is PM in the morning or night?

Full form of AM and PM, AM PM Meaning AM stands in short for Ante Meridiem, de latin name for “Before Midday” or “Before Noon”. An example: 10.00 a.m. is 10 o-clock in the morning. With a 24 hour time this is 10:00. PM stands in short for Post Meridiem, de latin name for “After Midday” or “After Noon”.

## What time is evening considered?

The word ‘evening’ may be casually used to include the last waning afternoon shortly before sunset. There can be no precise definition in terms of clock time, but it is casually considered to start as early as 5 p.m. by some, or at 6 p.m. by the Oxford English Dictionary, and to last until night or bedtime.

## Is 11 in the morning AM or PM?

Using numbers from 1 to 12, followed by am or pm, the 12-hour clock system identifies all 24 hours of the day. For example, 5 am is early in the morning, and 5 pm is late in the afternoon; 1 am is one hour after midnight, while 11 pm is one hour before midnight.

## What date is midnight tonight?

When someone refers to “midnight tonight” or “midnight last night” the reference of time is obvious. However, if a date/time is referred to as “at midnight on Friday, October 20th” the intention could be either midnight the beginning of the day or midnight at the end of the day.

## Why is 12pm noon and 12am midnight?

To avoid confusion, the correct way to express 12 o’clock is 12 noon or 12 midnight. … At 12 noon, the Sun is at its highest point in the sky and directly over the meridian. It is therefore neither ‘ante’ (am) nor ‘post’ (pm).

## What is PM short for?

It turns out, a.m. stands for “ante meridiem”, which is Latin for “Before Midday”; p.m. stands for “Post Meridiem”, which is Latin for “After Midday”.

## Why is noon 12 pm?

The abbreviation am stands for ante-meridiem (before the Sun has crossed the meridian line) and pm stands for post-meridiem (after the Sun has crossed the meridian line). At 12 noon, the Sun is at its highest point in the sky and directly over the meridian. It is therefore neither ‘ante’ (am) nor ‘post’ (pm).

## Is it 12 am tomorrow or today?

Originally Answered: Is 12:00 AM yesterday, today, or tomorrow? In our system, tonight’s midnight is the first moment of tomorrow. But as for the rest of us – there’s no official answer and the military use a system in which midnight is 0 hours. In that system, tonight’s midnight is the first moment of tomorrow.