Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The Scotch name for marine univalve shells in general, as whelks, etc.: especially applied to the red whelk, Chrysodomus antiquus, also called the roaring buckie, from the sound heard when it is held to the ear.
- n. A perverse, refractory person; a mischievous madcap.
- n. Same as buckie, 2.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Zoöl.), Scot. A large spiral marine shell, esp. the common whelk. See buccinum.
“Snow, in his own words, he did not give a "buckie"  for.”
“I have a 3-D deer target that i keep in my backyard to practice on during deer season with my bow. something kept knocking it over. it happened 3 or 4 times. i thought it might be a nice buck since the rut had started. i set my camera up to see what was happening to buckie. little to my surprise, it wasn't a buck, but a deer's worst nightmare. the backyard kitty.”
“I think the criminals buckie was refering to was the international war criminals Bush and Cheney.”
“You must have some kinda ‘different’ definition of ‘intelligence’, buckie.”
“Electric soup — see buckie, also a Scottish comic book.”
“Aye, is't, though, my buckie?" says he, looking more like a spiteful goblin than ever.”
“Five hundred, my buckie; it's mair than your worth.”
“We thanked our formidable-looking friend for her company and, presenting her with a John o 'Groat's buckie, bade her farewell.”
“The crab and lobster haunt in the crevices; and limpets, mussels, and the white buckie abound.”
“--- I cannot get the words of that cankered auld cripple deil's buckie out o 'my head --- the least thing makes me dread some ill news.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘buckie’.
very comprehensive list
of molluscs,who does not like
calamari? hmm yum
100,000 species just in molluscs
Turned this up on etymonline.com (link). It's amazing.
1937, coined in the fantasy tales of J.R.R. Tolkien (1892-1973).
On a blank leaf I scrawled: 'In a hole...
Anything related to Scottish culture, cuisine, language, history and so on. Does not include Gaelic words unless acceptable (roughly speaking!) in a wider sense.
"Snaily, clammy, squidy" has evolved into a vehicle for linking to mollusk quotations, so I've started this list for vernacular names of mollusks.
I'm especially fond of ones written by Charles Sanders Peirce.
Nicknames for Buckfast, per Wikipedia.
Looking for tweets for buckie.