1. scorn; derision; contempt
2. (archaic, pejorative) Fool; idiot; imbecile
- 1859, George Eliot, “IX Hetty's World”, in Adam Bede, HTML edition, published 2010:… for where’s the use of a woman having brains of her own if she’s tackled to a geck as everybody’s a-laughing at?
1. To jeer; to show contempt.
2. To cheat or trick.