Edison

1. Thomas Alva Edison, arguably, the inventor of the incandescent light bulb (see also Joseph Swan), as well as many other electrical innovations.

2. Referring to the NEMA 5-15, parallel blade, u-ground plug or connector.

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3. Usually a shortened form of "Edison medium screwbase" when describing a lamp or socket. "E26" would likely be a better, more specific, term.

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