Neither noon nor midnight are either AM or PM. "AM" stands for the latin phrase "ante meridium" and "PM" stands for "post meridium", where "meridium" means noon. Noon is neither before nor after noon; it is noon. In some localized areas, people use 12:00 pm to refer to noon, and in others 12:00 pm is understood to be midnight. It is advisable not to use either AM or PM for noon or midnight, but instead write out "noon" or "midnight". If you must use an abbreviation instead, there are several options (each used by various people). One popular set is "M" (for "meridies") for noon and "MN" (for "media nox") for midnight, e.g. 12:00 m or 12:00 mn. Also, the abbreviation for ante meridium is properly written several ways: "AM", "am", "A.M.", "a.m."; and correspondingly for post meridium.
Noon is PM, midnight is AM.
Midnight to Noon is AM. Noon to midnight is PM.
It's neither, 12 noon and 12 midnight are just that although there are a lot of illiterates in positions where they should know better!)
PM begins at 12 (noon) 12 noon
it is pm. when it gets to noon, it is pm
12 pm is noon, 12 am is midnight
am and pm change at 12:00 noon. before 12:00 noon is am. at 12:00 it is noon. after 12:00 noon it is pm.
The afternoon is AFTER noon, so pm.
1 PM EST = noon CST
Neither. The designation is 12 noon.
Noon time is 12 pm