Bucktooth Buck"tooth`, n. Any tooth that juts out. [1913 Webster]

When he laughed, two white buckteeth protruded. --Thackeray. [1913 Webster]

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  • Bucktooth — is one of the modern servers for Internet Gopher written by Cameron Kaiser. Instead of using the .link and .cap files found in the University of Minnesota gopherd, bucktooth uses the gophermap format.Bucktooth is written in Perl and is started… …   Wikipedia

  • bucktooth — 1540s, from BUCK (Cf. buck) (n.1), perhaps on the notion of kicking up. In French, buck teeth are called dents à l anglaise, lit. English teeth …   Etymology dictionary

  • bucktooth — [buk′to͞oth΄] n. pl. buckteeth [ BUCK1 + TOOTH] a projecting front tooth bucktoothed [buk′to͞otht′] adj …   English World dictionary

  • bucktooth — noun Date: 1753 a large protruding front tooth • bucktoothed adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bucktooth — bucktoothed, adj. /buk toohth /, n., pl. buckteeth / teeth /. a projecting tooth, esp. an upper front tooth. [1745 55; BUCK1 + TOOTH] * * * …   Universalium

  • bucktooth — noun An upper tooth that protrudes further than the bottom teeth. See Also: bucktoothed …   Wiktionary

  • bucktooth — buck·tooth tüth n, pl buck·teeth a large projecting front tooth buck toothed tütht adj …   Medical dictionary

  • bucktooth — buck·tooth || bÊŒk tuːθ n. oversized tooth which protrudes from the mouth …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bucktooth — buck•tooth [[t]ˈbʌkˈtuθ[/t]] n. pl. teeth [[t] ˈtiθ[/t]] den a projecting tooth, esp. an upper front tooth • Etymology: 1745–55 buck′toothed , adj …   From formal English to slang

  • bucktooth — /bʌkˈtuθ / (say buk toohth) noun (plural buckteeth /bʌkˈtiθ/ (say buk teeth)) a projecting tooth …   Australian English dictionary

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