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See also: ts, Ts, t's, ts., T's, and ṯs

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TS

  1. (metrology) Symbol for the terasiemens, an SI unit of electrical conductance equal to 1012 siemens.

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AdjectiveEdit

TS (not comparable)

  1. Initialism of transsexual.
    • 1996, Zachary I. Nataf, Lesbians talk transgender, page 26:
      To want such genitals is to want the genitals of a TS man and not those of a genetic man. What is offered by the surgeons as a compromise instead of a fully functioning penis becomes for some FTMs an instance of transgender pride []
    • 2000, Viviane Namaste, Invisible Lives: The Erasure of Transsexual and Transgendered People, page 179:
      Just like any other form of prejudice and discrimination, if some non-transsexual women are threatening the safety of a TS woman because she is a transsexual, it should be dealt with immediately and efficiently.
    • 2007, Red Jordan Arobateau, Lamentations In The Cool Of The Evening →ISBN, page 141:
      Many young TS ladies don't just need plastic surgery, []

NounEdit

TS

  1. Initialism of transsexual.
  2. Abbreviation of transcript.
  3. Initialism of tough shit.
  4. (in ISO standards) Initialism of technical standard.
  5. Initialism of technical specification.
  6. Initialism of turbine ship: a steamship powered by steam turbine
  7. Initialism of Tourette syndrome.
    • 1992, David E. Comings, Tourette syndrome and human behavior, page 247:
      One mother of a TS boy with encopresis reported It came on suddenly, lasted two weeks and went away just as suddenly, almost like a tic, []
    • 2012, Basal Ganglia Diseases: Advances in Research and Treatment →ISBN, page 237:
      We report (1) [] ; (2) TS boys showed thinner cortex relative to TS girls []
  8. Initialism of Turner syndrome.

Proper nounEdit

TS

  1. Initialism of Transylvanian Saxon.
    • 1994, Carol Blackshire-Belay, The Germanic Mosaic: Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Society, page 98:
      [] a beautiful, internationally based folk etymology in Transylvanian Saxon: the French formula de haute volée, "of high rank" [] became Håt-voll-lei, literally "hat full of lei" ( = "rich person") in the TS popular usage.
      []
      The Romanian family name [] is Radu, to which the TS feminine marker -an (HG -in) is attached.

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JapaneseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Probably from English transsexual.

NounEdit

TS (katakana ティーエス, rōmaji tī-esu)

  1. (fiction) genderswap; sex change

VerbEdit

TSする (suru conjugation, katakana ティーエスする, rōmaji tī-esu suru)

  1. (fiction) to undergo a genderswap; to undergo sex change
    幼女 (ようじょ)TS (ティーエス)したい
    Yōjo ni tī-esu shitai.
    I wish I could be a little girl

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LithuanianEdit

Proper nounEdit

TS f

  1. Abbreviation of Tėvynės Sąjunga.

VietnameseEdit

NounEdit

TS

  1. Abbreviation of thạc sĩ.