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feck1

/fɛk/
noun
1.
(Scot, obsolete)
  1. worth; value
  2. amount; quantity
  3. the greater part; the majority
Word Origin
C15 (Scottish dialect) fek, short for effect

feck2

/fɛk/
verb, noun, interjection
1.
(slang) a variant of (taboo) fuck
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  • What do ye say to the feck of a year's carting tweesht the quarry and the town foot?

    The House with the Green Shutters George Douglas Brown
  • Nay, he sometimes rejected money, saying that he didnt need it, for that he had the feck o half-a-croon on him.

    The Court of Cacus Alexander Leighton

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