buckie

/ (ˈbʌkɪ) /

noun Scot

a whelk or its shell
a lively or boisterous person, esp a youngster

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Word Origin for buckie

related to Latin buc (c) inum whelk, from buc (c) ina trumpet, horn

British Dictionary definitions for buckie (2 of 2)

Buckie
/ (ˈbʌkɪ) /

noun

informal short for Buckfast
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