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hassium.

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Definition for Hs (2 of 4)

h.s.1

abbreviation

in this sense.

Origin of h.s.

1
From Latin hōc sensū

Definition for Hs (3 of 4)

h.s.2

abbreviation

(in prescriptions) at bedtime.

Origin of h.s.

2
From Latin hōrā somnī “at the hour of sleep”

Definition for Hs (4 of 4)

H.S.

abbreviation

High School.
British. Home Secretary.
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British Dictionary definitions for Hs

HS

abbreviation for

High School
(in Britain) Home Secretary
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Medical definitions for Hs (1 of 2)

Hs

The symbol for the elementhassium

Medical definitions for Hs (2 of 2)

h.s.

abbr.

hora somni (before sleep, at bedtime)
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Scientific definitions for Hs

Hs

The symbol for hassium.
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