from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun Someone who
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The rock-hucker apparently didn't steal anything, police believe, because a loud alarm sounded.
Some hucker made off with the multi-colored snowboard bench that's been greeting shoppers outside the 4 Play Brooklyn clothing boutique on Seventh Avenue for eight years.
_hucker_, the _Erkeengeln Michael_, and a double sloop, the
[Huckster, xiii.cent. _huccster_, it may be noted is an older word in the language than _hukker_ (hucker) and _to huck_, both first appearing in the xiv. cent.