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Noun
/gēk/,
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geeks, plural;
  1. An unfashionable or socially inept person

  2. A person with an eccentric devotion to a particular interest
    • - a computer geek
  3. A carnival performer who does wild or disgusting acts


  1. a carnival performer who does disgusting acts
  2. eccentric: a person with an unusual or odd personality
  3. The word geek is a slang term, noting individuals as "One who is perceived to be overly obsessed with one or more things including those of intellectuality, electronics, etc. ...
  4. Geek! is the first EP by My Bloody Valentine and their first to feature bass player Debbie Googe. It was released in December 1985.
  5. The V.C.s was a future war series that appeared in the science fiction comic 2000 AD #140 - 178 (1979-1980). Written by Gerry Finley-Day, the first episode was drawn by Mike McMahon who designed the craft and the main characters. ...
  6. (Geeks (2004 film)) Geeks is a 2004 film that examines why people acquire an interest in "geeky" subjects such as Japanese Anime, Star Wars, Star Trek and the film The Nightmare Before Christmas.
  7. (The Geeks) The Victims was a punk band from Perth, Western Australia, active in 1977-79. The band's members were Dave Flick (Dave Faulkner) on guitar and vocals, James Baker (drums) and Rudolph V (Dave Cardwell) on bass.
  8. A carnival performer specializing in bizarre and unappetizing behavior; An expert in a technical field, particularly one having to do with computers; The subculture of geeks; an esoteric subject of interest that is marginal to the social mainstream; the philosophy, events, and physical ...
  9. (geeky) Resembling or characteristic of a geek
  10. (Geeked) When someone is extremely happy or excited about something they may say I’m really geeked about the party this weekend.
  11. (GEEKING) Under the influence of crack cocaine
  12. (Geeking) This refers to acting stupid, or ignorant, or out of place, without regard to how you appear to others. Tattoo artists tend to use this term to refer to their clients who do not know how to follow instructions, especially in matters related to taking care of their tattoos.
  13. Someone intensely interested in and familiar with computers, the internet, and usually a number of other highly technical subjects. ...
  14. one of the many American words that have found influence in the UK. A geek is a socially inept person. The term is often applied to someone interested in computing . Also see 'trainspotter', 'spod', 'propellerhead'.
  15. Geek is a common term for someone who is obsessed by their computer, and has achieved a high level of expertise in their chosen area. You could safely assume that most of the team here at Open2.net are geeks.
  16. a person who may be very smart yet lacks the social graces of those who are considered cool , a "computer geek" is someone who spends too much time on the computer and has no social life.
  17. Combined expression of revulsion AND fright. - e.g., She started to gag when she spotted a particularly repulsive nerd but then was so scared by him that what came out was "Geek!"
  18. A term similar to nerd, but slightly less pejorative in tone.
  19. Read all this and soon you'll speak like one. Maybe.
  20. (noun) 1. A person with a powerful, even obsessive, interest in something; an anime geek. 2. A socially awkward person. See note at nerd. 3. A carnival performer.
  21. a person who is very intelligent, works well with computers and/or new forms of technology, and might lack strong social skills.
  22. Someone who knows a lot about computers and very little about anything else. See also nerd.
  23. (Or "turbo nerd," "turbo geek.") One who eats (computer) bugs for a living. One who fulfils the dreariest of negative stereotypes about hackers: an asocial, malodorous, pasty-faced monomaniac with all the personality of a cheese grater. ...
  24. Someone with an intense curiosity about a specific subject. Not limited to tech--there are also gaming geeks, music geeks, etc.
  25. Formerly derogatory term given to the outcast elite, usually lacking in social graces. Now given to the computer and scientific savvy. See also 'Nerd'.