SS - translation to English
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SS - translation to English

LETTER OF THE LATIN ALPHABET; USED IN GERMAN
Es-tset; Ess-tset; Ess tsett; Eszett; Ess-tsett; Sharp s (ess-zed); Sharp s; Ess-zed; Ess-zett; Ess-zet; Eszet; Sharp ess; Sharp es; Scharfes s; Sharp S; Es tset; Scharfes S; Es-zett; Es zett; Esszet; Scharfes-s; German B; Esszett; Capital ẞ; Uppercase ß; Versal-Eszett; Große Eszett; S Sharp; ẞ; Ess-set; Uppercase ss; Grosse Eszett; Capital ss; Esset; Esssett; Scharfes ess; Schaffers s; Capital sharp s; Szett; S-zett; Capital ß; Eszett (letter); Sulzbacher Form; Sulzbacher form; Es-zed; German sharp s; German sharp S; German sz; German eszett; German S; Szlig; Capital SS; Capital esszet; U+00DF; ß Capital eszett; Grosse scharfes S; Eßett
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  • Use of ß in [[Polish language]], in 1599 ''[[Jakub Wujek Bible]]'', in the word ''náßéy'', which means ''our'', and would be spelled ''naszej'' in modern orthography.
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  • Uppercase ß on a book cover from 1957
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  • The ß key (as well as [[Ä]], [[Ö]], and [[Ü]]) on a 1964 German [[typewriter]]
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  • Sorbian]]: ''wyßokoſcʒ́i'' ("highest", now spelled ''wysokosći''). Text of [[Luke 2]]:14, in a church in [[Oßling]].
  • Use of [[Middle High German]] letter “z” for modern “ß” in the beginning of the [[Nibelungenlied]]: "grozer" = "großer".
  • Phoenician Zayin
  • Proto-Sinaitic Shin
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SS         
social security, federal system which compensates for on-the-job injuries and pays unemployment insurance and pension funds (to the elderly, expectant mothers, those harmed by hostile acts, etc.)
Heinrich Himmler         
Heinrich Himmler (1900-1945), Nazi leader of the SS, Adolf Hitler's second-in-command who established the Nazi concentration camps
Goeth      
Goeth, family name (form of Göth); Amon Leopold Goeth (1908-1946), captain of the SS who was the commanding officer of the Nazi concentration camp of Plaszow

Definition

SS
Spread Spectrum (Reference: WLAN)

Wikipedia

ß

In German orthography, the letter , called Eszett (IPA: [ɛsˈtsɛt]) and scharfes S (IPA: [ˌʃaʁfəs ˈʔɛs], "sharp S"), represents the /s/ phoneme in Standard German when following long vowels and diphthongs. The letter-name Eszett combines the names of the letters of ⟨s⟩ (Es) and ⟨z⟩ (Zett) in German. The character's Unicode names in English are sharp s and eszett. The Eszett letter is used only in German, and can be typographically replaced with the double-s digraph ⟨ss⟩, if the ß-character is unavailable. In the 20th century, the ß-character was replaced with ss in the spelling of Swiss Standard German (Switzerland and Liechtenstein), while remaining Standard German spelling in other varieties of German language.

The letter originates as the ⟨sz⟩ digraph as used in late medieval and early modern German orthography, represented as a ligature of ⟨ſ⟩ (long s) and ⟨ʒ⟩ (tailed z) in blackletter typefaces, yielding ⟨ſʒ⟩. This developed from an earlier usage of ⟨z⟩ in Old and Middle High German to represent a separate sibilant sound from ⟨s⟩; when the difference between the two sounds was lost in the 13th century, the two symbols came to be combined as ⟨sz⟩ in some situations.

Traditionally, ⟨ß⟩ did not have a capital form, although some type designers introduced de facto capitalized variants. In 2017, the Council for German Orthography officially adopted a capital, ⟨ẞ⟩, into German orthography, ending a long orthographic debate.

⟨ß⟩ was encoded by ECMA-94 (1985) at position 223 (hexadecimal DF), inherited by Latin-1 and Unicode (U+00DF ß LATIN SMALL LETTER SHARP S). The HTML entity ß was introduced with HTML 2.0 (1995). The capital (U+1E9E LATIN CAPITAL LETTER SHARP S) was encoded by ISO 10646 in 2008.

Pronunciation examples for SS
1. SS: Refresh.
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2. SS: Yes!
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3. SS: Thank you.
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4. SS: Thank you.
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5. Cross, the Hungarian SS.
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Examples of use of SS
1. Kiosque: l‘écrivain allemand Günter Grass avoue son appartenance ŕ la Waffen SS.
2. Il commence alors ŕ piloter un programme de recherche secret, consistant ŕ mettre au point une mini–centrale nucléaire destinée ŕ alimenter en énergie les missiles mobiles SS–20 et SS–25.
3. Il sera auxiliaire de la Luftwaffe, puis enrôlé en 1'44 dans la Waffen SS.
4. L‘ambitieux colonel SS Heindrich ayant découvert l‘identité de l‘espion, s‘engage alors une course contre la montre...
5. A la fin de la guerre, Maximilien Aue, officier SS, s‘est reconstruit une identité en France.