The Huckleberry is the state fruit of Idaho. Huckleberries hold a place in archaic English slang. The tiny size of the berries led to their frequent use as a way of referring to something small, often in an affectionate way. The phrase "a huckleberry over my persimmon" was used to mean "a bit beyond my abilities". "I'm your huckleberry" is a way of saying that one is just the right person for a given job, which was used by the character Doc Holiday in the movie Tombstone. source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huckleberry
I'm fairly certain that that means that you are country. Hence the term of Huckleberry from the book "Huckleberry Finn"or the movie.Maybe it is a reference to the character Huckleberry Finn from Mark Twain.
Quicksilver (living silver) is the term used for mercury (the liquid metal) in Huckleberry Finn.
It mean booty. No diggity.
He's white if that's what you mean.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This one's a nonsense phrase. "I'm your huckleberry" just meant "I'm your man."
Huckleberry is a kind of fruit. Huckleberry Finn is a boy.
Huckleberry Finn eh?
Huckleberry Finn's father
The Widow Douglas
St. Petersburg, Missouri
Huckleberry Hall was created in 1784.