MS stands for Motor Ship, just as SS stands for Steam Ship, meaning the type of propulsion.
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If your talking about ship names then it would be either HIS Majesty's Ship or HER Majesty's Ship
United States Ship.
SS is short for Steam Ship and used on civilian ships. NS would be Nuclear Ship and there was at least one civilian nuclear powered vessel. USS is a prefix designation for a military ships that stand for "United States Ship". HMS is a prefix designation for a British ships that stand for "His(Her) Majesty's Ship". Other ship designations you may see are 'MS' which stands for 'Motor Ship' and 'M/V' which stands for 'Motor Vessel'.
Actually, M/S stands for "motor ship", M/V stands for "motor vessel" and S/S means "steam ship". The Latter response is correct RMS on British ships refers to Royal Mail Ship. MS = Motor ship. SS = Steam Ship. In naval (military) usage USS is "United States Ship"; HMS is "Her (His) Majesty's Ship" etc.
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it could stand for either steam ship or either sail ship.
SS - steamship; MS - motor ship.