noun, plural buck·eyes.
Origin of buckeye
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Ohio is called the "Buck-eye" state and is named after this tree.
The leaves of the Buck-eye are five-fingered, while those of the tree commonly called the Horse Chestnut are seven-fingered.
She was soon opposite the lawn; and, sure enough, proved to be what Lucien had said she was—the mail-steamer “Buck-eye.”The Boy Hunters
Captain Mayne Reid
Its favourite haunt is among the red and scentless flowers of the buck-eye, or the large trumpet-shaped blossoms of the bignonia.The Quadroon
On the eastern shore of Maryland and Virginia the dugout is made into a sail-boat called the buck-eye, or bug-eye.Boat-Building and Boating
Daniel Carter Beard