Definition of Buckies
1. buckie [n] - See also: buckie
Lexicographical Neighbors of Buckies
Literary usage of Buckies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Two Months in the Highlands, Orcadia, and Skye by Charles Richard Weld (1860)
"John o' Groat's buckies.— Stacks of Duncansby.—North-East of Scotland.—Grand Precipices.—" Goes."—Fierce Tide.— The Boars of Duncansby. ..."
2. Musa Burschicosa: A Book of Songs for Students and University Men by John Stuart Blackie (1869)
"The waters, now big with a novel sensation, Brought corals and buckies and bivalves to view, ... buckies and bivalves, a numberless nation ! ..."
3. The Land of Heather by Clifton Johnson (1903)
"I was told that buckies were not good for one's stomach — they only pleased the palate, but that the dulse was medicinal, and helped digestion. ..."