Definitions For Reck

Verb

rought, raught/">past2=rought, raught , past2_qual=obsolete (transitive, or, intransitive, archaic) To make account of; to care for; to heed, regard, consider. (transitive, or, intransitive, archaic, dialectal) To concern, to be important or earnest. : hit#etymology 2, hit ne recketh! (= It recks not!'') (intransitive, obsolete) To think.

Derived terms

reckful reckless

Alternative forms

reak {{qualifier, obsolete}}

Etymology

From Middle English recken, rekken, reken, from {{der, en, non, rœkja}} (compare {{cog, ang, rēċċan}}, rēċan, , to care, reck, take care of, be interested in, care for, desire; whence {{cog, en, retch}}), from {{der, en, gem-pro, rōkijaną, t=to care, take care}}, from {{der, en, ine-pro, *rēǵ-}}, *rēg-, t=to care, help. Cognate with obsolete {{cog, nl, roeken}}, {{cog, nds, roken}}, ruken, , to reck, care, {{cog, de, geruhen, , to deign, condescend}}, {{cog, is, rækja, , to care, regard, discharge}}, {{cog, da, røgte, , to care, tend}}.

Anagrams

KREC

Is Reck a Scrabble Word?

Words With Friends YES
Scrabble US YES
Scrabble UK YES
English International (SOWPODS) YES
Scrabble Global YES
Enable1 Dictionary YES

Points in Different Games

Scrabble
10
Words with Friends
11

The word Reck is worth 10 points in Scrabble and 11 points in Words with Friends

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