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tr. & intr.v. recked, reck·ing, recks Archaic
To take heed of or to have caution.
vb (used mainly with a negative)
1. to mind or care about (something): to reck nought.
2. (usually impersonal) to concern or interest (someone)
[Old English reccan; related to Old High German ruohhen to take care, Old Norse rækja, Gothic rakjan]
Past participle: recked