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bucko

[ buhk-oh ]
/ ˈbʌk oʊ /
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noun, plural buck·oes.

Chiefly Irish English. young fellow; chap; young companion.
British Slang. a swaggering fellow.

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Origin of bucko

First recorded in 1880–85; buck1 + -o
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bucko
/ (ˈbʌkəʊ) /

noun plural -oes

Irish a lively young fellow: often a term of address
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