feck

noun \ˈfek\

Definition of feck

  1. 1 Scottish a :  the greater share :  majority —usually used with the the feck of the town council didn't fancy his backers — John Buchan b :  part portion took the best feck of a year sold the best feck of the litter

  2. 2 Scottish :  value worth no feck would come from it

  3. 3 Scottish :  a number or quantity especially when large a whole feck of them came

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Origin and Etymology of feck

Middle English (Scots) fek, by shortening & alteration from Middle English 1effect


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