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EtymologyEdit

em- +‎ bus. Coined following the mass requisition by the British Army of London buses as troop carriers in World War I.

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VerbEdit

embus (third-person singular simple present embusses, present participle embussing, simple past and past participle embussed)

  1. to put (troops) onto a bus
  2. to board a bus

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EstonianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From embama +‎ -us.

NounEdit

embus (genitive embuse, partitive embust)

  1. hug

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