from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Bush, Barbara Born 1925. First Lady of the United States (1989-1993) as the wife of President George Bush. She has been active in promoting literacy.
- Bush, George Herbert Walker Born 1924. The 41st President of the United States (1989-1993). He was previously U.S. ambassador to the United Nations (1971-1972) and China (1974-1975), director of the Central Intelligence Agency (1976-1977), and Vice President (1981-1989) under Ronald Reagan.
- Bush, George Walker Born 1946. The 43rd President of the United States (since 2001). He previously served as governor of Texas (1994-2000).
- Bush, Laura Born 1946. First Lady of the United States (since 2001) as the wife of President George W. Bush. She has championed education causes and women's health issues.
- Bush, Vannevar 1890-1974. American electrical engineer and physicist who designed (1928) the differential analyzer, an early computer, and directed the World War II effort to develop the first atomic bomb.
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- proper n. A surname.
Either the family name for those who live near a bush or a thicket of bushes, or the family name for those living at or near a bush (in the archaic sense of wine merchant or tavern). (Wiktionary)