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Definition of Buckler

Buckler
Buckler Buc"kler, v. t. To shield; to defend. [Obs.] Can Oxford, that did ever fence the right, Now buckler falsehood with a pedigree? --Shak.

Meaning of Buckler from wikipedia

- A buckler (French bouclier 'shield', from Old French bocle, boucle 'boss') is a small shield, up to 45 cm (up to 18 in) in diameter, gripped in the fist...
- Paul Richard "Rick" Buckler (born 6 December 1955) is an English musician, and former drummer of The Jam. Buckler was born in the town of Woking in the...
- A buckler is a small shield used as a companion weapon It may also refer to: Buckler, a low alcohol beer brewed by Heineken Buckler Cars, a British car...
- Frank Buckler (26 September 1910 – 3 March 1964), commonly called Derek Buckler, is founder of a limited production British sports car company, Buckler Cars...
- Ethan Buckler is an American musician/songwriter best known as a founding member of the bands King Kong and Slint. He is currently living in Louisville...
- John Buckler born John Henry Clanfergael Buckler (1 April 1906 – 30 October 1936) was a British actor. He was the son of the actor Hugh Buckler and his...
- Buckler is an English and German surname. Notable people of the name include the following: Ernest Buckler (1908–1984), Canadian novelist and short story...
- mid-1970s with Weller, guitarist/vocalist Steve Brookes and drummer Rick Buckler. In their early years, their sets consisted of covers of early American...
- Hugh Buckler (9 September 1881 – 30 October 1936) was a British actor. He was the father of the actor John Buckler, with whom he was in a fatal road accident...
- Sir Walter Buckler (or Bucler) (died 1554/8) was a diplomat, chamberlain of the household to Lady Elizabeth, later Queen Elizabeth I, and private secretary...
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