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Choriambuses
Choriambus Cho`ri*am"bus, n.; pl. L. Choriambi, E. Choriambuses. [L. choriambus, Gr. ?; ? a choreus + ? iambus.] (Anc. Pros.) A foot consisting of four syllables, of which the first and last are long, and the other short (- [crescent] [crescent] -); that is, a choreus, or trochee, and an iambus united.
Iambuses
Iambus I*am"bus, n.; pl. L. Iambi, E. Iambuses. [L. iambus, Gr. ?; prob. akin to ? to throw, assail (the iambus being first used in satiric poetry), and to L. jacere to throw. Cf. Jet a shooting forth.] (Pros.) A foot consisting of a short syllable followed by a long one, as in [a^]m[=a]ns, or of an unaccented syllable followed by an accented one, as invent; an iambic. See the Couplet under Iambic, n.
Incubuses
Incubus In"cu*bus, n.; pl. E. Incubuses, L. Incubi. [L., the nightmare. Cf. Incubate.] 1. A demon; a fiend; a lascivious spirit, supposed to have sexual intercourse with women by night. --Tylor. The devils who appeared in the female form were generally called succubi; those who appeared like men incubi, though this distinction was not always preserved. --Lecky. 2. (Med.) The nightmare. See Nightmare. Such as are troubled with incubus, or witch-ridden, as we call it. --Burton. 3. Any oppressive encumbrance or burden; anything that prevents the free use of the faculties. Debt and usury is the incubus which weighs most heavily on the agricultural resources of Turkey. --J. L. Farley.
Jacobuses
Jacobus Ja*co"bus, n.; pl. Jacobuses. [See Jacobite.] An English gold coin, of the value of twenty-five shillings sterling, struck in the reign of James I.
Nimbuses
Nimbus Nim"bus, n.; pl. L. Nimbi, E. Nimbuses. [L., a rain storm, a rain cloud, the cloudshaped which enveloped the gods when they appeared on earth.] 1. (Fine Arts) A circle, or disk, or any indication of radiant light around the heads of divinities, saints, and sovereigns, upon medals, pictures, etc.; a halo. See Aureola, and Glory, n., 5. Note: ``The nimbus is of pagan origin.' ``As an atribute of power, the nimbus is often seen attached to the heads of evil spirits.' --Fairholl. 2. (Meteor.) A rain cloud; one of the four principal varieties of clouds. See Cloud.
Syllabuses
Syllabus Syl"la*bus, n.; pl. E. Syllabuses, L. Syllabi. [L., fr. the same source as E. syllable.] A compendium containing the heads of a discourse, and the like; an abstract.

Meaning of Buses from wikipedia

- buses, such as city transit buses and inter-city coaches, charge a fare. Other types, such as elementary or secondary school buses or shuttle buses within...
- 'dummy' buses. Some 'dummy' buses were real single-deck buses with a wooden frame on top, such as in the Series 3 episode "Radio Control", when the bus has...
- Select Bus Service) and MTA Bus. As of September 2018, it comprises 5,811 buses. A roster of the fleet is shown below. Not included below are buses and vans...
- Transport Scheme, Cardinal Buses, Carousel Buses, EOS Buses, Go-Ahead London, Go-Coach, First Berkshire & The Thames Valley, Hallmark Bus, Metroline, Metrobus...
- Bussing or busing may refer to: Student transport by bus Desegregation busing Bussing (setting and clearing tables), the job performed by a busser Büssing...
- printer etc., to the computer. Buses can be parallel buses, which carry data words in parallel on multiple wires, or serial buses, which carry data in bit-serial...
- charter bus or transit bus. Various configurations of school buses are used worldwide; the most iconic examples are the yellow school buses of the United...
- A double-decker bus is a bus that has two storeys or decks. Double-decker buses are used for m**** transport in the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia and many...
- lowest of the occupied European countries. The term "white buses" originates from the buses having been painted white with red crosses, to avoid confusion...
-  80. ISBN 978-0-231-06989-2. A bus boy or busboy ****ists the waiter or waitress in a restaurant; he clears dishes (he buses or busses them), and all of his...
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