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The abbreviation HMS (hms) may refer to:
- Numerical representation of time using a 24-hour clock, hh:mm:ss for hours, minutes, seconds
- Her Majesty's Ship (or His Majesty's Ship, or Submarine), the prefix of Royal Navy ship names since 1789; the navies of Australia, New Zealand and Canada are also called Her Majesty's ship, but also have the country name with it.
- Hans/Hennes Majestäts Skepp (His/Her Majesty's ship), the prefix of Royal Swedish Navy ship names. In English sometimes unofficially replaced by "HSwMS"
- Hellenic Mathematical Society, a Greek learned society
- Hind Mazdoor Sabha, a trade union in India
- Historical Maritime Society, a British naval reenactment society
- Hendrick Motorsports, NASCAR racing team
- Harakat Mujtama' as-Silm, or Movement of Society for Peace, an Algerian Islamist political party
- HMS, National Rail station code of Helmsdale railway station, Scotland
- HMS Industrial Networks, a Swedish-based industrial communications company
- Artie Henry Middle School (also known as Henry Middle School), Cedar Park, Texas, USA
- Hamden Middle School, Hamden, Connecticut, USA
- Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
- Haverford Middle School, Havertown, Pennsylvania, USA
- Hedrick Middle School, Medford, Oregon, USA
- Heidelberg Middle School, Heidelberg, Germany
- Henry E. Huntington Middle School, San Marino, California, USA
- Herricks Middle School, Nassau County, New York, USA
- High Mowing School, Wilton, New Hampshire, USA
- Highland Middle School, multiple schools
- Hinsdale Middle School, Hinsdale, Illinois, USA
- Hudson Middle School, Sachse, Texas, USA
- Hudson Middle School, Hudson, Ohio, USA
- Huntington Middle School, Warner Robins, Georgia, USA
- Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn School District, Hartley, Iowa, USA
- Health management system, an evolutionary medicine process that regulates the body's responses to infections and injury.
- Halbmastwurf-Sicherung, a type of knot used by climbers; or the type of carabiner used with the HMS knot
- Handheld, Manpack, Small Form Factor, radio transceivers in the United States' military Joint Tactical Radio System
- Heavy melting steel, designation for recyclable steel and iron
- Helmet mounted sight, weapons sight mounted on an aircraft pilot's helmet
- Hemin storage, a protein found in Yersinia pestis, the causal agent of plague
- Hexose monophosphate shunt, a biochemical pathway also known as the pentose phosphate pathway
- Highly migratory species, United Nations term for migrating fish
- Hypermobility syndrome
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