Definitions For Geck


{{en-verb}} (ambitransitive) To jeer; to show contempt for. : (Sir Walter Scott) To cheat or trick. : (Johnson)


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GECK. (countable and uncountable, plural GECKs) scorn; derision; contempt (archaic, pejorative, poetic) fool, fool; idiot; imbecile


From Dutch gek or Low German geck, from an imitative verb found in North Sea Germanic and Scandinavian meaning "to croak, cackle," and also "to mock, cheat" (Dutch gekken, German gecken, Danish gjække, Swedish gäcka).

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