noun, verb (used with or without object)
Origin of buss
Examples from the Web for buss
I remember vividly getting the chance to meet Dr. Buss and talk with him after arriving in Los Angeles as a rookie.
I played under Dr. Buss for 13 seasons and we won five championships together.
Everything Dr. Buss had done for the organization and everything players before me had accomplished weighed heavy on me.
A few months ago, I remember sitting with Dr. Buss in his hospital room one afternoon.
Buss owned 66 percent of the team and did not want it sold after his death.What Happens to Los Angeles Lakers After Death of Jerry Buss?|Allison Samuels|February 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This was the district schoolhouse, that we all remember and is now used as a barn by Mr. Buss.Pioneer Day Exercises|(Schoolcraft, Michigan) Ladies' Library Association
Why, I vow, she was fire-hot angry: may be it was because I buss'd her.The Contrast|Royall Tyler
She received me with a hug and a hearty "buss," as she called that salutation, and was evidently glad to see me.
The poor, discarded Buss took a vast deal of pains therefore to accomplish p. 98his task.Pickwickian Manners and Customs|Percy Fitzgerald
Who could say whether Vanity Fair would ever have been written had this mighty penman been chosen to succeed Buss?'Phiz' (Hablot Knight Browne), a Memoir.|Fred. G. Kitton
British Dictionary definitions for buss (1 of 2)
Word Origin for buss
British Dictionary definitions for buss (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for buss (1 of 2)
"a kiss," 1560s; probably of imitative origin, as are Welsh and Gaelic bus "kiss, lip," French baiser "kiss" (12c., from Latin basiare), Spanish buz, German dialectal Buss.