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ss
abreviation for "Schutzstaffel". Schutz meaing "Defense" in German, and Staffel meaning "Echelon" in German. The Schutzstaffel was an elite quasi-military unit of the Nazi party that served as Hitler's personal guard and as a special security force in Germany and the occupied countries.
Insipid neo-nazis, who are ignorant of history, often write "SS" on walls and other objects as graffiti.
por Fallen Angel 04 de Janeiro de 2004
 
2.
ß
A German ligature that originally stood for 'sz', but can be transliterated as 'ss'. It is never found in Swiss German. It looks like a B, but sounds like an S. Compare to the boring language known as English, which only has the ligatures Æ and Œ, which are rarely used.
Face it, English is a boring language, and the chance of a cool ligature like ß entering it are zero to one million.
por Intelligence: The Anti-N00b 12 de Fevereiro de 2005
 
3.
ß
Looks like 'B' but sounds like 'S'. Used in the German language.

Often replaced with 'ss' when using a computer/typewriter that can't produce it.
Ich heiße Killbot (My name is Killbot)
por B-Drac 25 de Outubro de 2003
 
4.
SS
SS is an abbreviation for "Social Suicide". People that tend to be "SS" follow around people of which completely hate them. SS usually travel in flocks with hopes to infect society with their twilight obsessive-lardsack-retarded-fucklessandra-ness.
SS: HEYZZ OMGZ I H4VENT SE3n Y0U in 4EVER. W3'RE BESTIES... R1GHT???? <333334564564567465

You: Ew, SS. Go away.
por Gravoiss 11 de Junho de 2009
 
5.
SS
Stimulated sex; dry humping, grinding, rubbing (all acts can be preformed while clothed or nakes)
K: "he took his pants off, and then his boxers and started to grind against my panties."
N: "oh its like stimulated sex, lets call it SS"
por K<3N 10 de Agosto de 2012
 
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ss
abreviation fo "Schutzstaffel", which translates to "Protective squadron". They were an elite paramilitary group associated with the Nazi party.
The SS was divided into several units, one of the most famous of which was the combat or Waffen-SS.
por Capt_Capacitor 25 de Abril de 2005
 
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ß
A German letter-character which, despite its size, could be considered as always ‘lowercase’ since it never *starts* a word and stands in only its one form, ß.
The ligature ‘ß’ is k’rrectly ASCII'd\ASCIIfied into either:


‘ss’, which is pronounced as ‘'s'-set’ or ‘double-'s'’_character;

or ‘sz’, which the ligature *orinally* represented, and is pronounced as ‘'ess'-'tset'’. (In german, the letter ‘z’ is pronounced as ‘tset’, and in words usually like English ‘piZZa’ or ‘TSunami’, with a ‘ts’ sound.)


That is to say, the German word ‘Tischfußball’ which means ‘table soccer’ or ‘foozball’.. can be spelled-out as ‘Tischfussball’ also. Note that the German's ess-tzet{ß} has officially been abandoned a lot of places in that it is no-longer used in transactions and business et cetera. Note also that it is *never* used in a compound noun where an s-ending of one word and s-beginning of the next exists.
por Victor Van Styn 21 de Agosto de 2005