To Gleek. v.a. [ʒliʒman, in Saxon, is a mimick or a droll.]
- To sneer; to gibe; to droll upon.
I can gleek upon occasion. Shakesp. Mids. Night's Dream.
I have seen you gleeking or galling at this gentleman twice or thrice. Shakespeare's Henry V.
- In Scotland it is still retained, and signifies to fool or spend time idly, with something of mimickry or drollery.