2. A surname with origin as a place-name, a hamlet in southwestern England called Huccaby, that still exists. Huckabee is considered an alternate, Americanized spelling. Other spellings of Huccaby include Huckaby, Huckabay, Huckerby.
3. "Huckabees", a fictional department store from the 2004 movie "I ♥ Huckabees".
2. His last name is Huckabee. Yes, he is American. In England, it is spelled Huccaby.
Is that talking head clueless or a budding Huckabee?
"I hope we answer the alarm clock and take this nation back for Christ." -MH
"Whether it's the medical technologies that saved many of our lives and the lives of our families, it's the direct result from the space program. We need to put more money into space and technology exploration." -MH
(2)A fake place holder used to gain some recognition or advantage. Can be used as a verb too.
(3)Not a pace setter but a pace follower. Someone who acts like a dog and heels. Could be used like boy was in the days of slavery. Or just a friendly use like bro or brother is too.
This is kind of like the expresion "I'll be your Huckleberry"
(2)John travels to work alone but uses the commuter lane by placing a dummy in the seat next to him. The dummy is a Huckabee. John Huckabeed his way into work today. John will Huckabee his way into the office to save time and money.
Microsoft will keep from being a monopoly as long as they can Huckabee the government into thinking that Apple computer is still compatition.
(3)John make sure that Huckabee knows his place. Yo Wut up myk Huckabee?