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  • BTW - "kuck" is a unisex term, it goes for all sexes and genders, so you no longer have to use the exact words - "cock block".

    moschikat Diary Entry

  • Cheeseman, Church-warden Cheeseman, Buttery Cheeseman, as the bad boys call him, in the lane, in front of me not more than thirty yards, as plainly as I now have the pleasure of seeing you, Maria; and while I said 'kuck' to the pony, he was gone!

    Springhaven : a Tale of the Great War

  • “I think that I am to give a show for some grand duke or someother high muki kuck, will let you know,” Houdini told Bard.

    The Secret Life of Houdini

  • Cheeseman, Church-warden Cheeseman, Buttery Cheeseman, as the bad boys call him, in the lane, in front of me not more than thirty yards, as plainly as I now have the pleasure of seeing you, Maria; and while I said ‘kuck’ to the pony, he was gone!

    Springhaven

  • I had an interesting conversation with my webmaster over on my old diary - and he told me that one of the first words he teaches his friends over at GA Tech - is "kuck."

    moschikat Diary Entry

  • An eminnet Sanscrit scholar informs me that "kuck-hup" is the

    Notes and Queries, Number 18, March 2, 1850

  • Again, on the American coast "Am-a-luk-tuk" signifies plenty, while on the Siberian coast it is "Num-kuck-ee."

    The First Landing on Wrangel Island With Some Remarks on the Northern Inhabitants

  • The pheasants in the park shook their wings and crowed 'kuck, kuck -- kow,' and went to roost; the water in the furrows ceased to reflect; the dark earth grew darker and damper; the elms lost their reddish brown; the sky became leaden behind the ridge of the Downs; and the shadow of night fell over the field.

    Field and Hedgerow Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies

  • The 'kuck-kuck' of the redwings came from the bushes -- the first note of approaching winter -- and the tips of the rushes were dead.

    The Amateur Poacher

  • I also met with great numbers of Grouse or prarie hens as they are called by the English traders of the N.W. these birds appeared to be mating; the note of the male is kuck, kuck, kuck, coo, coo, coo. the first part of the note both male and female use when flying. the male also dubbs something like the pheasant, but by no means as loud. after breakfast Capt.

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

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