kecks


kecks
Cumbrian Dictionary
( n kecks) Trousers, e.g. That la'l charver ripped his kecks lowpin' ower yonder yat = That young boy tore his breeches when he hurdled that gate over there.

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  • Kecks — (v. engl), so v.w. Schiffszwieback …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • kecks — ► PLURAL NOUN Brit. informal ▪ trousers. ORIGIN phonetic respelling of obsolete kicks …   English terms dictionary

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  • kecks — n pl British trousers. This word is the northern Eng lish version of the archaic kicks , heard in other parts of the country from the 17th century until the 1940s, but now obsolete. Liverpool mods of the mid 1960s used to refer contemptuously to… …   Contemporary slang

  • kecks — noun trousers …   Wiktionary

  • kecks — kek v. vomit, feel the urge to vomit, feel nauseous; be disgusted, be filled with revulsion …   English contemporary dictionary

  • kecks — plural noun Brit. informal trousers or underpants. Origin 1960s: phonetic respelling of obs. kicks trousers …   English new terms dictionary

  • kecks — Noun. Trousers. Cf. kegs …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • kecks —  Pants …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • kecks — …   Useful english dictionary


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