Definition of Gecking

1. geck [v] - See also: geck



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gecking

gearwheel
gearwheels
gearwork
geas
geason
geat
geats
gebang palm
gebhardite
gebur
geburs
gecarcinian
gecarcinians
geck
gecked
gecking (current term)
gecko
geckoes
geckos
geckotian
geckotians
gecks
ged
gedankenexperiment
gedankenexperiments
geddid
geddit
gedge
gedged
gedges

Literary usage of Gecking

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1. The law of mines, quarries and minerals by Robert Forster MacSwinney (1884)
"Maclean, 13 ib. 674. 41. 2 It would have been refused, if the r' Thew v. Wingate, 10 B. & S. 721, party gecking it did not show some n. per Blackburn, ..."

2. A Glossary of Words Used in Swaledale, Yorkshire by John Harland (1876)
"Geek. See Gawk, Gowk. Geek, v. to sneer or deride. gecking, près. part, scorning; chuckling. Geds. See Girds. Gee, v. to give. ..."

3. The Butterfly Book: A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Butterflies of by William Jacob Holland (1898)
"I 'm blyth to s' ye.f The saucy Ant view'd him wi' scorn, Nor wad civilities return; But gecking up her head, quoth she, 1 Poor animal ! l pity thee; ..."

4. Poems and Songs: Humorous, Serious, and Satirical by Alexander Rodger (1901)
"Art thou " Maggie," proud and saucy, "Nancy" on the "Banks o' Coil "— " Darling " daughter o' " Eob Morris "— gecking at poor " Duncan Gray ? ..."

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