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S.O.S was a distress call that was used in MORSE CODE, long before telephones were used. To send a call for help, a telegraph operator would send " ... --- ... " It was simple and universal.
To send for help S.O.S = dot dot dot dash dash dash dot dot dot, repeatedly. If you are traped somewhere just tap S.O.S. on the wall.
by Bob Smyth February 06, 2008
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sos
It stands for Save Our Souls and is used mostly by the millitary, but anyone around the world understands what it means. Anyone is allowed to transmit this if they are in a life threatning situation. In morse code it looks like this:

...---...

In the Netherlands it's also a slang term for cocaine.
crashing plane: SOS, SOS!
radio operator: Yea don't sniff too much of that shit
by Dickkwikkwek December 13, 2005
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SOS
Same old shit.
Nothing going on here, just the sos.
by lola October 09, 2002
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SOS
S.O.S stands for save our souls
S.O.S the titanic is sinking. SOS save our souls
by SHelly P March 13, 2006
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SOS
Common distress code; does not stand for any word such as save our souls; its just the easiest thing to remember for morse code
...---... The titanic sent an SOS to other ships
by Kamal007 May 03, 2008
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Originally used by sailors as a distress signal/code meaning Save Our Ship, hence S.O.S.
Sailor: "Captain...the ship is taking in too much water..."

Captain: "Send a S.O.S. transmition to the base..."

Sailor: "Ay-Ay Captain!"
by nismoflip6 October 06, 2005
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SOS
The easiest message to transmit recurringly using morse code. It consists of three short beeps, three long ones and three short ones again

...---...

It does not stand for anything
...---... ...---...

S.O.S S.O.S ship is sinking
by diegator February 22, 2005
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sos
It stands for Save our Souls, it's a call for help, in the last dire moment...
SOS my plane's going down!!
by Andrew Boost May 04, 2005
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