The abbreviation HR stands for:

  • Hague Rules (Convention of 28 August 1924 Unification of Certain Rules bills of lading ) ( an international treaty from the sea right )
  • Hallberg -Rassy, a boatyard
  • Hamburg Rules ( UN Convention of 31 March 1978 on the carriage of goods by sea ) ( an international treaty from the sea right ) (see Hague Rules )
  • Commercial Law
  • Commercial register
  • Rockwell hardness test
  • Harvard Revised, an astronomical catalog
  • Heidelberger ring, an association of Catholic student associations in KV and ÖKV
  • Hessischer Rundfunk, very common abbreviation in lower case: hr
  • High Resolution (Eng. high resolution ), see High Definition Television (HDTV ) and High Definition Video ( HDV)
  • Councilor
  • Homologous recombination, a DNA repair mechanism - see # recombination Homologous recombination
  • HR foam (high resilience = High elastic / resilient ) foam mattresses made ​​of PUR
  • Human Resources, Human Capital, a business management term for people as laborers derived from it, the name given to employees of the Human Resources Department or the Department as such

HR as distinguishing signs on license plate:

  • Germany: Schwalm -Eder -Kreis ( Homberg (Efze ) )
  • UK: Portsmouth
  • India: Haryana
  • Norway: Kongsvinger in Hedmark
  • Romania: Harghita County
  • Czech Republic: Hradec Králové, German: Hradec Kralove ( discontinued)
  • Hungary: Armed Forces ( Magyar Honvédség )

Hr. stands for:

  • Mr.

Hr stands for:

  • The country code top -level domain ( ccTLD) Croatia, see. hr
  • Croatian language, according to ISO 639
  • Horizontal rule (Eng. horizontal line) in the HTML tag
    - see Hypertext Markup Language
  • Disambiguation
  • Abbreviation