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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.
by Fallen Angel January 04, 2004
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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)
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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"
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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.
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SS means missing, or MIA,mainly used in MOBA or RTS games to signify that an enemy is missing from an area it was previously spotted.
Bottom lane is ss!
Bottom lane is missing!
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The german letter es'tzet (S'Z), pronounced ss. To wordprocess this letter you can hold 'Alt' and press '225' on the number pad on the right of the keyboard. It does not have a capital form and it is only used at the end of a word or the stem of a verb. All nouns in German must start with a capital letter.
Spaß - Fun
Weiß - White
Heiß - Hot
Schloß - Castle
Ich heiße Klaus - I am called Klaus.
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