huckle

[ huhk-uh l ]
/ ˈhʌk əl /

noun

the hip or haunch.

Origin of huckle

1520–30; obsolete huck hip, haunch (< ?) + -le
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British Dictionary definitions for huckle

huckle
/ (ˈhʌkəl) /

noun rare

the hip or haunch
a projecting or humped part

Word Origin for huckle

C16: diminutive of Middle English huck hip, haunch; perhaps related to Old Norse hūka to squat
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