Bucksome meaning

Alternative form of buxom.
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Shee now begins to grow bucksome as a lightning before death. — Shakespeare.

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Spirited or lively as a buck.
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Origin of bucksome

  • From Middle English buxum, buhsum (“flexible, bendsome”). Often analysed, due to confusion with the verb buck (“to spring, buckle, kick violently”) and buck (“he-goat”), as though from buck +‎ -some. More at buxom.
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