reck definition by Webster's New World
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intransitive verb, transitive verb
- to have care or concern (for) or take heed (of): he recks not of the peril
- to concern or be of concern; matter (to): it recks him not
Origin: Middle English recken ; from Old English reccan; akin to Old High German ruohhen
reck definition by American Heritage Dictionary
tr. & intr.v. recked, reck·ing, recks
To take heed of or to have caution.
Origin: Middle English recken, from Old English reccan; see reg- in Indo-European roots.