In various parts of Great Britain it is known as “buckie” and “mutlog.”
From the singing of an old woman in buckie, Enzie, Banffshire.
We thanked our formidable-looking friend for her company and, presenting her with a John o' Groat's buckie, bade her farewell.
It relates to the public treachery of Weir; in proof of which, buckie produces the packet containing the dispatches to the Lords.
buckie Ingram, that species of crab denominated Cancer bernardus, Newhaven.
Ye needna think he cares a buckie for you, ye tow-headed, crawlin' ferlie!
But my choler only made him worse, for there is not a greater deil's-buckie in all the Five Dales.