Definition of Canuck in English:

Canuck

Syllabification: Ca·nuck
Pronunciation: /kəˈnək
 
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noun

informal
  • A Canadian, especially a French Canadian (chiefly used by Canadians themselves and often derogatory in the US).
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    • And since Jamie mentioned self-hating Canadians, what about the Canuck who explained America to my youthful self?
    • It's not cheap, but Ramstore does have cheap shipping to the US, and free shipping for Canucks.
    • Nylon magazine's denim issue listed the label as one to watch - the only Canucks in a cluster of Los Angelinos.

Origin

apparently from Canada.

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