- we; us (first person plural personal pronoun)
Usage notesWhen followed by an article, a demonstrative pronoun, or a dem. adjective, em is combined with the article to give the following combined forms:
- In the context of "South Scots||lang=sco": Emphatic first person singular simple present form of ti be
Torres Strait Creole
- younger sibling
EM, Em or em has several meanings:
- Effective microorganisms or EM-Technology by Dr. Teruo Higa
- Electromagnetism (diamagnetism) as compared to ferromagnetism (paramagnetism)
- Electromigration - A common issue encountered in integrated circuit design
- Electron microscope
- Electron multiplier
- Exametre (symbol Em), an SI unit of length (equal to 1018 metres)
Typography & orthography
- em (typography), a unit of measure used in orthography, typography, and also Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). The em space is one em wide.
- The em dash (—), which is one em wide.
- Em (Cyrillic), A phoneme of the Cyrillic alphabet. It corresponds directly to the Latin alphabet letter 'M' and is pronounced similarly.
- An em is the square of the typeface or font that is being used. For example, a 14 point EM has a 14 point square, 24 point EM a 24 point square
- The pronunciation, in English, of the letter M.
- An enlisted Man of the United States Army.
- One of the Spivak pronouns.
- A common slang for "them", e.g. "go get 'em, tiger!"
- EM, Reuters Instrument Code for the 1-month LIBOR futures contracts at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
- The common short form of some given names, e.g. 'Emma', 'Emily', 'Emmett', 'Emmanuel', and 'Emerson'.
- Common abbreviation for electronic music.
- Common abbreviation for emerging markets.
em in German: EM
em in Spanish: EM
em in Esperanto: Em
em in French: EM
em in Korean: EM
em in Italian: EM
em in Japanese: EM
em in Norwegian: EM
em in Low German: EM
em in Russian: Em
em in Finnish: Em