Hi Hailey. It would be easier if you gave us the full sentence, as many idioms have to be interpreted from the context. For example, if the text is "Suck wind on my revolver, sleazebag!", the "suck wind" simply means "to breathe", "to breathe hard" and the obvious result as you say would be death.
'Wind sucking' also refers to a vicious habit of a horse, consisting in the swallowing of air.