The Collaborative International Dictionary
alt. (context Northern English dialect English) trousers n. (context Northern English dialect English) trousers
Usage examples of "kecks".
An even larger dome stood in the distance, but Benjamin thought the Kecks were the more beautiful.
From our position on the ramp we saw blokes dropping their kecks and mooning in the heat haze, and the Spandau Ballet gang were giving it some again.
At last there is a stuttering of three explosions, and a huge squall of smokestone kecks up from porous earth and uncoils in a smog that expands fast to clog the channel the graders have made, and moves slower as it begins to set.