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Urban Dictionary: I'm your huckleberry
The etymology of the phrase is traced back to Aurthurian Lore. Huckleberry Garlands were said to be given to Knights of the Kingdom for coming to the service of a damsel.They would approach the lady, lower their lance, and receive the small branch as a symbol of gratitude; much like a medal.
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“I’m your huckleberry…” – A Guide to Doc Holliday Slang ...
“I’m your huckleberry” is a way of saying that “I am the right person for a given job” or “I’m willing.” The word originated when European settlers arrived in the New World around 1670 and found several plants with small, dark-colored sweet berries.Buy now