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MD, Md, mD or md may stand for:
- Doctor of Medicine, from the Latin Medicinae Doctor (MD)
- Mean difference, a measure of statistical dispersion
- Md, the symbol for the chemical element Mendelevium
- Methyldichloroarsine, a blister agent used in chemical warfare
- Millidarcy (mD), one thousandth of a darcy, a unit of fluid permeability
- Molecular dynamics, a method of computer simulation of molecular interaction
- Muscular dystrophy, a genetic and hereditary muscle disease
- Medial dorsal nucleus, a large nucleus in the thalamus
- MD, United States postal abbreviation for state of Maryland
- Md., older abbreviation for Maryland
- Moldova, a country that has the ISO country code and Internet top-level domain ".md"
- Licence-plate prefix for Magdeburg, a city in Germany
- MiniDisc, an optical storage medium developed by Sony
- Music director; the term "MD" is used particularly in musical theatre
- Managing director, a term used for the chief executive of many companies
- Prefix of names of some aircraft produced by McDonnell Douglas, a former aerospace manufacturer later merged with Boeing
- IATA airline code for Air Madagascar
- RAID drive linux kernel, also known as "md" for "multiple drive"
- "md", alternative form of computer operating system command Mkdir, that creates a directory
- Microdrive, a type of miniature hard drive
- a filename extension for documentation in Markdown format
- Majority decision, a winning criterion in several full-contact combat sports
- Materiali e discussioni per l'analisi dei testi classici, a classics journal
- MDs (TV Series), a 2002 made-for-television medical drama
- Metropolitan Division, a territory unit defined by the US Office of Management and Budget as a county or group of counties within a Metropolitan Statistical Area
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