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- (rare) plural of , the name of the letter U.
- 1856, Goold Brown, The First Lines of English Grammar, page 10:
- These names […] may form regular plurals; thus, Aes, Bees, Cees, Dees, Ees, Effs, Gees, Aitches, Ies, Jays, Kays, Ells, Ems, Ens, Oes, Pees, Kues, Ars, Esses, Tees, Ues, Vees, Double-ues, Exes, Wies, Zees.
- 1998, Ricardo Corona, "These Esses" ("Esses esses"), in Other Shores (Outras Praias), translated by Ricardo Corona & Charles Perrone
- to say (full of ees, ies, ues) that plurals are always two or more
- Acronym of .