Reckon

Some articles on reckon:

West Country Dialects - Additional Selected Vocabulary
... Somerset, Bristol) – Thank you (from "Cheers, then") "Chinny reckon" (North Somerset) – I do not believe you in the slightest (from older West Country English ich ne reckon 'I don't reckon/calculate ... "Janny Reckon" (Cornwall and Devon) – Derived from "Chinny Reckon" and "Janner", and is often used in response to a wildly exaggerated fisherman's tale ...
Shawn Lane - Discography - Solo Albums
... Boogie" (promotional single) 1992 Powers of Ten, Warner Bros 1999 The Tri-Tone Fascination, Eye Reckon Records 2001 Powers of Ten Live!, Eye Reckon Records 2006 Powers of Ten, Eye Reckon ...

More definitions of "reckon":

  • (verb): Take account of.
    Example: "You have to reckon with our opponents"
    Synonyms: count

Famous quotes containing the word reckon:

    We all ask ourselves the question why is it that some of us are killed while others remain. The only answer is our faith in the wisdom of a supreme being. If he has chosen us to live there must be a reason. I have tried to reckon out why. Perhaps he has saved us because we are needed as witnesses to remind each other, and our folks, and folks everywhere that war is too full of horrors for human beings.
    —Michael Blankfort. Lewis Milestone. Dickerman (Jack Webb)

    I reckon I got to light out for the Territory ahead of the rest, because Aunt Sally she’s going to adopt me and sivilize me and I can’t stand it. I been there before.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    See, in the Navy, during the war, I got used to the idea that something might happen to me, I might not make it. Well, I also got used to the idea that my wife and children were safe at home, they’d be all right no matter what. But what I didn’t reckon with was that in this, this kind of a monstrous war, something might happen to them, and not to me. Well it did, and I can’t, I can’t cope with it.
    John Paxton (1911–1985)