Complete Definition of "reck"

English

Etymology
From OE. reccan.

Verb
en-verb

  1. transitive To make account of; to care for; to heed; to regard.
  2. intransitive To care; to matter.

#: 1822: The Port Folio, Vol. XIV, John E. Hall (ed.)
#: Little thou reck'st<sup>[2]</sup> of this sad store! / Would thou might never reck<sup>[1]</sup> them more!

Derived terms
reckless

da:reck
te:reck
vi:reck
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