EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUSS
Stay, Mr. Jessamy—must I buss her when I am introduced to her?
Why, I vow, she was fire-hot angry: may be it was because I buss'd her.
Vy, you may go in an omlibus for sixpence if you like; vy don't you go and buss it, marm?
They had arrived in a "buss," which they had hired for the occasion.
The drawings by Buss for "Pickwick" have fortunately been preserved.
Dear aunt, said her kinsman, let's see you buss and be friends: since 'tis so, what signifies it?
But there was no satisfying me; so I must go to poking out my lips after a buss.
The driver of a buss is a prince of good fellows compared with a cabman.
The first pageant represented a buss, or Dutch fishing-boat, on wheels.
The remains of the Buss family, composed of three people, have already been exhumed.
"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.