When your autocorrect feels the need to annoy you. Our phones are taking over our free will to speak.
Bob: I ducking hate Joe!
Bob: God Donut I meant ducking
Bob: I DUCKING HATE THIS STUPID PHONE!
Bob: *ducking
Bob: Duck this phone
Bob: I'm going to jump off a ducking cliff now
Fred:
by N. D. Toilet August 18, 2014
The usage of the DuckDuckGo search engine to look something up.
Tom: Dudes, have you heard how much google is spying on us?

Dick: I have heard something about it, but don’t know the details
Henry: Dude, Tom is right, you should duck it.
by Concerned Citizen 6969 July 31, 2019
An aquatic bird that, in medieval times, was used to find out if a person was a witch or not.

This stems from the very logical idea that if a person weighs the same as a duck, then that person is made of wood (because both ducks and wood float in water). And since wood burns (just like witches) then that person must be a witch, because witches are made of wood.

Therefore, the accused person(s) would be placed on a scale next to a duck, and if they balanced, the person(s) would be burned.
So, if she weighs the same as a duck, then she's made of wood. And therefore... A WITCH!
by Flint October 27, 2003
A gullible or easily fooled person; an easy target for any kind of trickery.

Some examples:
- Someone who is an easy target for police
- Someone easily robbed or jacked
- Someone who won't retaliate or defend themselves
- Someone who is easy to con or run game on
- Someone who is fake

Originates from the act of duck hunting - the duck is easily hunted and taken out by the hunter.
"I hit a lick on that duck ass fool for 10 racks because his stupid ass didn't have a tool."

"That fuckin' duck let them people search his car and got pieced up."
by BR Phat March 3, 2013
A truly evil creature with little to no remorse.
Guy: how are you?

Other guy: good.
Duck: *murders both guys*
by Herbert Alainius December 14, 2014