To throw or project an object, especially oneself. The verb to huck seems to have been originally coined by the skater/snowboarder crowd, and was used in contexts like, "ya see that badass huck off the halfpipe back there?" or "I'm gonna go huck some some air off those fatty cliffs." As the above seem to indicate, the verb to huck was usually used to refer to a huckster getting some air.

However, since the term has come into vogue, its application and it now means other things as well, namely to throw or project in the general case. In other words, to huck might now be used in statements like, "I hucked the ball across the field," or in more scientific contexts such as, "calculate in m/second the maximum velocity of a ball hucked from a height of 50 feet."