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h.s.1

1.
in this sense.
Origin of h.s.1
From the Latin word hōc sensū

h.s.2

1.
(in prescriptions) at bedtime.
Origin
From the Latin word hōrā somnī at the hour of sleep

H.S.

1.
High School.
2.
British. Home Secretary.
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H.S. abbr.
Latin hora somni (before sleep, at bedtime)

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