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reck

verb \ˈrek\

Definition of RECK

intransitive verb
1
:  worry, care
2
archaic :  to be of account or interest :  matter
transitive verb
1
archaic :  to care for :  regard
2
archaic :  to matter to :  concern

Origin of RECK

Middle English, to take heed, from Old English reccan; akin to Old High German ruohhen to take heed
First Known Use: before 12th century

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