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See also: busk
From Creek puskita, pusketv (“a fast”).
- A feast of first fruits among the Creek tribe of Native Americans, celebrated when the corn is ripe enough to be eaten.
Borrowed from Danish and Swedish Busk; alternatively, it could be an English topographic surname for someone who lived by a bush, from Old Norse buskr (“bush”).
Busk (plural Busks)
- A surname.
- According to the 2010 United States Census, Busk is the 41303rd most common surname in the United States, belonging to 527 individuals. Busk is most common among White (90.89%) individuals.
- Hanks, Patrick, editor (2003), “Busk”, in Dictionary of American Family Names, volume 1, New York City: Oxford University Press, →ISBN, page 260.
city in Ukraine
From Old Frisian bosk, from Proto-West Germanic *busk.
- English terms derived from Creek
- English lemmas
- English proper nouns
- English terms borrowed from Danish
- English terms derived from Danish
- English terms borrowed from Swedish
- English terms derived from Swedish
- English terms derived from Old Norse
- English countable proper nouns
- English surnames
- English terms derived from Ukrainian
- en:Cities in Ukraine
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- English surnames from Danish
- English surnames from Swedish
- English surnames from Old Norse
- Saterland Frisian terms inherited from Old Frisian
- Saterland Frisian terms derived from Old Frisian
- Saterland Frisian terms inherited from Proto-West Germanic
- Saterland Frisian terms derived from Proto-West Germanic
- Saterland Frisian lemmas
- Saterland Frisian nouns