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EtymologyEdit

From earlier kicks (breeches).

NounEdit

kecks pl (plural only)

  1. (Northern English dialect, Scotland) trousers
  2. (Northern English dialect, Scotland) underpants
    • 1996, Irvine Welsh: Ecstasy: Three Tales of Chemical Romance:
      - See if the feelings transfer tae yir everyday life, then call it love. Love's no jist for weekenders.
      - The things is, Nukes, ah'm changin the keks everyday and cleanin under the helmet.
      Nukes raised his eyebrow and smiled, - Must be love then, he said, then he added, - Oan your side, right enough.