See also: Uck

EnglishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

PronunciationEdit

InterjectionEdit

uck

  1. Alternative spelling of yuck
    • 2008, David Mason, Jellyroll, page 23:
      Uck,” he said. “I mean, you... you've got to be kidding.”
    • 2011, Hollie Delaney, Understanding the Business: Journal II, page 210:
      Actually, I hadn't looked at my voice mail but I knew now. “Uck. Glad he hasn't been in. Is he ok?”
    • 2013, Megan McDonald, Stink and the World's Worst Super-Stinky Sneakers, page 13:
      Uck. This one smells like onion.

Etymology 2Edit

See ucker.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

uck

  1. (MLE) Alternative form of suck (in the particular sense of fellatio)
    • 2014 August 25, Dimzy of 67 (lyrics and music), “Outside”‎[1], 1:29–1:35:
      My angles dusty, two black hands on the rusty
      And I got uck from a peng ting, mad back but the chest busty
    • 2018 February 9, Fredo (lyrics and music), “Haters”, in Tables Turn[2], 1:26–1:30:
      Little homies in Uber collecting some grub
      Same time I'm with Lula collecting some uck
Derived termsEdit
  • ucky (same sense, diminutive)