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Definition of buck:

  1. To copulate, as bucks and does.
  2. Lye in which clothes are soaked in bleaching, or in which they are washed.
  3. The male of the fallow deer, rabbit, hare, & c.; a fop.
  4. To soak or wash in lye.

Common misspellings for buck:

bkhaz, baasia, baza, byss, baash, babess, baasic, bauzz, bkhazia, baas, bzaa, bacus, bgaa, baqa, bscise, baak, bayss, buch, baaq, bscess, bkhas.

Buck \b(u)-ck\

Origin:
English
Details:
Buck as a boy's name is pronounced buk. It is of Old English origin. The word for a male goat or deer, used as a given name or nickname that denotes a robust and spirited young man. Actor Buck Henry.
Related names:
Buxton.
Meaning:
beck, Buxton, Paco, peak, bake, beach, beech, bogy.
Variants:
Buckley, Bucky, Buckie, Buckey.
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Quotes for buck:

  1. You can't always wait for the guys at the top. Every manager at every level in the organization has an opportunity, big or small, to do something. Every manager's got some sphere of autonomy. Don't pass the buck up the line.
  2. It's easy to make a buck. It's a lot tougher to make a difference.
  3. I call tennis the McDonald's of sport- you go in, they make a quick buck out of you, and you're out.
  4. Wal -Mart doesn't really care about your faith. Wal -Mart cares if you have money to spend, and it is going to be as generic as possible in exploiting the holiday season for every buck it can make.
  5. The buck stops here!

Rhymes for buck:

  1. schmuck, stuck, suk, struck, gluck, puck, tuck, chuck, pluck, ruck, snuck, cluck, kuc, shuck, duc, duck, kuk, guck, yuk, zuk, huck, duk, muck, yuck, truck, buc, luk, luck;
  2. unstuck, amuck, amok;
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