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Definition of the noun buckshot

What does buckshot mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: buckshots

  1. small lead shot for shotgun shells

Specialised definition of the noun buckshot

Glossary of sports / darts

when the three darts in a throw are scattered over the board


  1. Buckshot is an American rapper, known for being the leader of the hip-hop supergroup Boot Camp Clik, and the group Black Moon. He has released one solo album, three with producer 9th Wonder, one with KRS-ONE, four albums with Black Moon and four albums with the Boot Camp Clik.
  2. Buckshot is a musical artist.
    • profession: Musician
    • member of musical group Hookers (Drums)

There are other people with in their name, like Buckshot May, Buckshot Jones and Buckshot Roberts.


Buckshot is a fictional character from the 1966 film Nevada Smith.


  1. "Buckshot" is a musical album of Caloon Saloon.
    • released on (5 years ago)
  2. "Buckshot" is a musical album of The Riptones.
    • released on (15 years ago)

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Buckshot

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Google previewFocus On Reading (2004)

Wringer:grades 4-6 by Walch

Buckshot is a large lead shot for shotgun shells. * Herkyjerking refers to sudden, irregular, or unpredictable movements. A monkeyshine is a playful trick or prank. A silhouette is a filled-in outline. Focus Your Reading The following questions ...

Google previewShots at Whitetails (2000)

A Deer Hunting Classic by Lawrence R. Koller, Larry Koller, Patrick Durkin

Buckshot is a deadly load when it's properly handled and will kill any animal in North America within the limits of its range. But that range is short, because of the pattern's scattering tendency. Therefore, the buckshot slinger should know not ...

Google previewFarmers' Bulletin (1910)

The Buckshot is a very early variety, which has been handled by northern seedsmen. It is also called “Early Black,” “Extra Early Black,” “Medium Early Black ,” and “Large Black.” It seldom grows more than 24 inches high and is at least a week ...

Google previewThe Doctors' Dictionary, 2nd edition (2011)

A medical dictionary written by a doctor for doctors by Joseph C Segen

buckshot. calcifications. A popular term for innumerable minute–”miliary”– calcifications that correspond to partially calcified– healing granulomas in pulmonary, splenic, and lymphoid histoplasmosis; in lungs the granulomas may erode into the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Cyber Warfare (2017)

by Paul J. Springer

OPERATION BUCKSHOT YANKEE Operation Buckshot Yankee was the U.S. Department of Defense's (DoD) reaction to the infiltration of computer malware throughout DoD classified and unclassified computer systems in late 2008.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Western Gunfighters (1991)

by Bill O'Neal

("Buckshot") (d. April 4, 1878, Blazer's ...

Google previewThe Illustrated Doctors Dictionary (2011)

A medical dictionary written by a doctor for doctors, now illustrated by Joseph C Segen

buckshot calcifications A popular term for innumerable minute–”miliary”– calcifications that correspond to partially calcified– healing granulomas in pulmonary, splenic, and lymphoid histoplasmosis; in lungs the granulomas may erode into the ...

Google previewDictionary of the American West (2008)

by Win Blevins

BUCKSHOT A shotgun load with large balls, as opposed to bird shot. It was designed for shooting large game like deer, but since it spread and wrought havoc at close range, it was the choice of stagecoach guards and law officers concerned ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Military Terms (1918)

by Edward Samuel Farrow

A cartridge usually containing 12 buckshot arranged in four layers, arid used especially in night- firing. " , . , Budge-barrel. — A small copper-bound barrel having only one head, usedfor supplying the guns of forts and siege batteries with ...

Google previewFarrow's Military Encyclopedia (1895)

A Dictionary of Military Knowledge by Edward Samuel Farrow

A small-arm cartridge containing a round musket-ball and three buckshot, formerly much used in smooth-bore muskets. BUCKLE. — A metal instrument, consisting of a rim and tongue, used for fastening straps or bands in equipments and ...

Google previewDictionary of American History (1978)

With the Complete Text of the Constitution of the United States by Michael Rheta Martin, Leonard Gelber

"Buckshot War." A bloodless political revolt in Pennsylvania in 1838. It arose when the results of the state election in 1838 were contested by the WHIGS and Democrats, each claiming a majority of the House of Representatives. A mob ...

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Scrabble value of B3U1C3K5S1H4O1T1

The value of this 8-letter word is 19 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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