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NOS may refer to:
- National Occupational Standards, people are expected to achieve
- New old stock, merchandise being offered for sale which was manufactured long ago but that has never been used
- NOS, IATA code for Fascene Airport, in Nosy Be, Madagascar
- New Orleans Square, a themed "land" at Disneyland in Anaheim, California
- Network operating system, a kind of computer software for running local area networks
- Nokia OS, operating system software for Nokia mobile telephones
- NOS (software), the primary operating system for the Control Data Corporation Cyber line of mainframe computers
- Nitrous oxide, N2O, a gas commonly referred to as "nitrous" or "NOS" in vehicle racing
- Nitric oxide synthase, a class of enzymes
- National Ocean Service, part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
- Neotropical Ornithological Society
Not Otherwise Specified
- Not Otherwise Specified, a subcategory in systems of disease/disorder classification such as ICD-9, ICD-10, DSM-IV, and many others
- Also used within the List of UN numbers, where it refers to a generic entry, e.g. "UN 1993: Flammable liquid, N.O.S.".
- National Open School or National Institute of Open Schooling, the Board of Education for open schools in India
- National Orthodox School, a private school in Amman, Jordan
- NOS Nederlandse Omroep Stichting, a Dutch public broadcaster
- National Office of Statistics of Algeria
- New Orleans Saints, an American football team
- Nine O'Clock Service, an alternative worship service in the 1980s in Sheffield, England
- Nitrous Oxide Systems, a manufacturer of nitrous systems for high-performance automobiles
- NOS (drink), a beverage named after Nitrous Oxide Systems
- Nos, Book of the Resurrection, a book by Miguel Serrano (original title: Nos: Libro de la Resurrección)
- Nos. or nos., also called the Numero sign, an abbreviation of the word "Numbers"
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