SS (disambiguation)

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SS is an abbreviation for Schutzstaffel, a former paramilitary organisation in Nazi Germany.

SS, Ss, or similar may refer to:

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Government and military[edit]

  • Scout Sniper, a trained sniper in the United States Marine Corps
  • Secret service, a government agency, or the activities of a government agency, concerned with the gathering of intelligence data


  • ß or ss, a German language ligature
  • Ss (digraph), a Latin alphabet digraph used in Chinese transliteration for the phoneme /z/
  • scilicet (§ or ss.), Latin phrase meaning "namely" or "as follows"
  • sensu stricto, Latin phrase meaning "in the strict sense"
  • Scilicet, used in legal papers to indicate venue
  • Swazi language (ISO 639-1 code "ss")
  • SS, glossing abbreviation for "same subject" in switch-reference


Science and technology[edit]


  • .ss, top-level domain country code for South Sudan
  • Sega Saturn, a video game console released by Sega in 1994
  • Server-side, operations that are performed by the server in a client–server relationship
  • Slave select or chip select, a control line for a computer data bus
  • SS register, or stack segment register, a term used in x86 computer architecture
  • Super speed USB, an abbreviation for USB 3.0

Biology and medicine[edit]





Other uses[edit]

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