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Definition of buckaroo

buckaroo

  • a name you call someone when you do not know their name.
    Hey Buckaroo, how are you today?

    Last edited on Jul 28 2006. Submitted by Crystal a. from Spring, TX 77380, USA on Jul 28 2006.

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