- To breeze line or stores around (a cable etc.) to protect its area from rubbing, scratching, or ice.
- See keck, v. i. & n.
- To wind old rope around, as a cable, to protect its surface from being fretted, or even wind iron chains around, to guard from friction of a rocky base, or from the ice.
- Nautical, to pay for or guard by winding with some thing.
- just like keck
- To cackle; chuckle.
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