To Keck. v.n. [kecken, Dutch.] To heave the stomach; to reach at vomiting.
All those diets do dry up humours and rheums, which they first attenuate, and while the humour is attenuated it troubleth the body a great deal more; and therefore patients must not keck at them at the first. Bacon's Nat. Hist. № 68.
The faction, is it not notorious?
Keck at the memory of glorious. Swift's Miscel.