Muckle: Noun 1. muckle - (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent; large indefinite amount, large indefinite quantity - an indefinite quantity that is above the average in size or magnitude.
Berry: This is an ancient English surname of topographic or locational origin. It derives either from the pre 7th century 'byrig', meaning 'a fortified place' or the later 'beri', or 'buri' denoting a fortified manor house.
One audacious muckleberry crib
by big boots 66 November 25, 2009
A total idiot, someone who really messed something up. someone who doesn't deserve friends. A bro. someone who drives a big truck.
"what the hell did you do that for you muckleberry!"
by vladdrake1981 March 21, 2009

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