Buck

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Buck may refer to:

Common meanings[edit]

  • A colloquialism for a dollar or similar currency in various countries
  • An adult male in some animal species; see List of animal names
  • Derby shoes, nicknamed "bucks" for the common use of buckskin in their making
  • Jumbuck an Australian English term for a male goat, and is featured in Banjo Paterson's poem "Waltzing Matilda".

People[edit]

  • Buck 65, stage name of Canadian hip hop artist Richard Terfry
  • Buck Angel, stage name of American trans man, adult film producer and performer Jake Miller (born 1972)
  • Buck Dharma, stage name of American guitarist Donald Roeser (born 1947)
  • Buck (given name), a list of people
  • Buck Henry (born 1930), stage name of American actor, writer, and director Henry Zuckerman
  • Bunkhouse Buck, ring name of American professional wrestler James Golden (born 1950)
  • Buck Jones (1891–1942), stage name of American film actor Charles Frederick Gebhart
  • Buck (nickname), a list of people
  • Buck (surname), a list of people
  • Buck Zumhofe (born 1951), stage name of American professional wrestler Eugene Otto Zumhofe
  • David Paul Grove (born 1958), Canadian voice actor, often credited as "Buck"
  • Michael Buckley (Internet celebrity) (born 1975), American Internet celebrity, comedian and vlogger
  • Young Buck, stage name of David Darnell Brown (born 1981), American rapper

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