keck(redirected from kecking)
1. to retch or feel nausea
2. to feel or express disgust
[C17: of imitative origin]
[C17: from kex, which was mistaken as a plural (as if kecks)]
1. to retch.
2. to feel or show disgust or strong dislike.
[1595–1605; perhaps akin to choke]
Past participle: kecked