ESS is the name of the Latin script letter S.

ESS may also refer to:

In computing:

  • Emacs Speaks Statistics, an add-on package for the Emacs editor
  • Electronic Speech Systems, a software company from Berkeley, USA that did synthesized speech for commercial home computer programs in the 80s, nowadays called ESS Technology
  • Ensoniq Soundscape, a soundcard produced by Ensoniq Corp.
  • Environmental stress screening, in electronic hardware tests
  • Enterprise Storage and Servers, part of the Technology Solutions Group business segment of Hewlett-Packard
  • IBM Enterprise Storage Server, is an enterprise storage array from IBM
  • Extended Service Set, in wireless networking
  • ESS Technology, Inc., a manufacturer of digital video and audio semiconductors
  • Efficient Subwindow Search, a method of image processing
  • Enterprise Support Systems, is a pack of IT systems which supports internal processes

In geography:

  • Enfield Station School, Enfield, Maine
  • Essex County, England (Chapman code)
  • European Standard School, an English Medium School in Dhaka

In government:

  • Economic System of Socialism, economic policy implemented in East Germany in the 1960s
  • European Security Strategy, a policy document of the European Union
  • Emergency Social Services program, under the Provincial Emergency Program, the emergency preparedness program in British Columbia, Canada

In telecommunications:

  • Electronic switching system, in telecommunications
  • Endemol Southern Star, acronym for the Australian television company
  • Electronic Safety and Security systems designer, BICSI Certification.


  • Eastern Sociological Society
  • Early Sound Scattering, a diffuse-fronted recording control room configuration
  • Employee Self Service, in SAP or human resource management system
  • Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
  • English Springer Spaniel, a breed of dog
  • Environmental and Social Studies
  • Epworth Sleepiness Scale, for diagnosing sleep disorders
  • Esther (disambiguation), diminutive of the given name Esther
  • Étoile Sportive du Sahel, Tunisian Football club
  • European Spallation Source a proposed neutron research facility
  • Explained sum of squares, in statistics
  • Eurest Support Services, a subsidiary of the catering company, the Compass Group
  • Evolutionarily stable strategy, in evolutionary biology and game theory
  • Existing Store Sales, also known as Same store sales
  • European social survey

Other articles related to "ess":

The New Prescription - Track Listing
... "Roll Wit Me (Niggaz Bitches)" Ess Man 325 4 ... "Rap Game" Ess Man 259 5 ... "One Two" Ess Man 258 6 ...
Sleep–wake Activity Inventory - Comparison With Other Sleepiness Assessments
... including the Stanford sleepiness scale and the Epworth sleepiness scale (ESS), exist ... However, the ESS does not correlate as highly with the MSLT as the SWAI ... The ESS is currently the most prevalent measure of excessive sleepiness ...
ESS Technology - Founders
... Fred Chan held a number of positions at ESS, and was CEO of Vialta, an internet offshoot of ESS, until his stepping down on July 18, 2007, to pursue philanthropic interests ... ESS Technology Inc ...
Gene Ess
... Gene Ess is a Japanese American award winning guitarist ... Ess was a member of the Rashied Ali Quintet working with Ravi Coltrane, Archie Shepp, Lonnie Plaxico, and Reggie Workman ...
Bachelorette - Derivation
... proper neologism would be bacheloress, since the -ess suffix is the standard English suffix denoting a female subject, while -ette is a French-origin diminutive suffix, indicating that the subject is smaller ... However, in American English the -ess suffix is only marginally morphologically productive, and the -ette suffix can indicate a feminine version of a noun without a change in size (though many such words in -e ... The -ess suffix is also slowly falling into disuse in the English language due to attempts to neutralize professional terms it is therefore less commonly applied to ...