What does Ducks mean?

General term of endearment, used amongst friends and strangers alike


"That'll be £4.39 please ducks"

Note from Colonel Sir Harry Paget Flashman: it should be, "ducks", not "duck". Every time I've heard its use in person, seen it used in film, theatre, or on the telly, along with reading it in literature, uses the word in the plural, not the singular.

Credit: contributed by Gary Parker on 10-Apr-2013.

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Old Skool 9 times. Modern 2 times. Fake 1 times.

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