Bus vs Eisa - What's the difference?

bus | eisa | initialism |

Bus is a initialism of eisa.


As a verb bus

is .

As a proper noun eisa is

(norse mythology) a minor goddess, a daughter of loki.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

bus

English

(wikipedia bus)

Noun

(en-noun)
  • (automotive) A motor vehicle for transporting large numbers of people along roads.
  • An electrical conductor or interface serving as a common connection for two or more circuits or components.
  • (medical industry, slang) An ambulance.
  • Synonyms

    * (vehicle) coach, loser cruiser, motorbus, omnibus * (electrical conductor) electrical bus, busbar, digit trunk

    Derived terms

    {{der3, booze bus , busbar , bus duct , bus lane , short bus , bus route , bus stop , bustitution , back end of a bus, look like the back end of a bus}}

    Verb

  • (transitive, automotive, transport) To transport via a motor bus.
  • (transitive, automotive, transport, chiefly, US) To transport students to school, often to a more distant school for the purposes of achieving racial integration.
  • (intransitive, automotive, transport) To travel by bus.
  • (transitive, US, food service) To clear meal remains from.
  • He bussed tables as the restaurant emptied out.
  • (intransitive, US, food service) To work at clearing the remains of meals from tables or counters; to work as a busboy.
  • He’s been bussing for minimum wage.

    Usage notes

    The Canadian Oxford Dictionary only presents the spellings (buses), (busing), and (bused), implying that these are the predominant forms in Canada.

    Derived terms

    * (clear meal remains) busboy

    eisa

    English

    Initialism

    (Initialism) (head)
  • (computing) (Extended Industry Standard Architecture), a bus standard for computer peripherals.