Buck may refer to:
- Buck (surname)
- Buck (personal name)
- Michael Buckley (Internet celebrity)
- Buck Brannaman
- Buck, Pennsylvania, an Unincorporated community in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
- Buck Hill Farm Covered Bridge, in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States
- Buck Hill Cone, British Columbia, Canada
- Buck Hill Falls, Pennsylvania
- Buck Township, Hardin County, Ohio
- Buck Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
- Buck Rogers, a science fiction hero from the 1930s and 1970s
- Buck (dog), protagonist of The Call of the Wild
- Cameron "Buck" Williams, a character in the Left Behind novel series
- Buck, a main character in the video game 187 Ride or Die
- Buck Grangerford, a character from Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
- Buck, the dog owned by the Bundy family on Married... with Children
- Buck, a hospital worker in the film Kill Bill
- Buck Cannon, a character in The High Chaparral
- Buck O'Brien, protagonist in the film Chuck & Buck
- Buck Cluck, the father in the 2005 film Chicken Little
- Buck Turgidson, a general in the film Dr. Strangelove, played by George C. Scott
- Buck Tuddrussel a main character from Cartoon Network´s show "Time Squad" voiced by Rob Paulsen
- Joe Buck, a character in the film Midnight Cowboy, played by Jon Voight
- Buck Russell, the title character in the 1989 film Uncle Buck, played by John Candy
- Buck, a weasel character from the movie Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, played by Simon Pegg
- Buck Mulligan, a character in James Joyce's novel Ulysses
- Gunnery Sergeant Edward Buck, an Orbital Drop Shock Trooper in Halo 3: ODST video game
- USS Buck, the name of more than one United States Navy ship
- Buck (film), a 2011 documentary film
- Bucking, a movement by a horse when the animal kicks out with both hind legs
- Buck is a colloquialism for a dollar or similar currency in Australia, Canada, India, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Sri Lanka, South Africa and the United States
- Bang for the buck, an idiom meaning the worth of one's money or exertion
- Male antelopes, deer and goats are referred to as bucks (larger species of male deer such as elk or moose are called bulls). Male hares, rabbits, ferrets, rats and kangaroos may also be referred to as bucks.
- A Buck converter is an electronic circuit which performs DC to DC stepdown conversion
- A derogatory term (primarily 19th C) for an African American male, the female counterpart being Wench.
- The krump dance style.
- The body of a Post mill
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... Chris Buck (born October 25, 1960) is an American film director known for directing Tarzan and Surf's Up ... Buck's other credits at Disney include the 1995 animated feature Pocahontas, where he oversaw the animation of three central characters Percy, Grandmother ... Buck also helped design characters for the 1989 animated blockbuster The Little Mermaid, performed experimental animation for The Rescuers Down Under and Who ...
... Hans Gabriel Nissen Buck (2 May 1848 – 21 May 1924) was a Norwegian physician and politician for the Conservative Party ... Born in Innerøya as the son of captain Jørgen Mandix Buck (1814–1878) and his wife Fredrikke Gebhardine Nissen (1822–1902), he enrolled as a student in 1867 and graduated as cand.m ...
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Famous quotes containing the word buck:
“Profound as race prejudice is against the Negro American, it is not practically as far- reaching as the prejudice against women. For stripping away the sentimentality which makes Mothers Day and Best American Mother Contests, the truth is that women suffer all the effects of a minority.”
—Pearl S. Buck (18921973)
“Not dancing but nearly risen
Through barnlike, theatrelike houses
On the winds of the buck and wing.”
—James Dickey (b. 1923)
“Let woman out of the home, let man into it, should be the aim of education. The home needs man, and the world outside needs woman.”
—Pearl S. Buck (18921973)