Definition of queck in US English:

queck

(also quek)

exclamation

rare
  • Representing the characteristic harsh sound made by a duck, goose, etc. Compare "quack". Now chiefly US.

verb

rare
  • no object Of a duck, goose, etc.: to quack.

Origin

Middle English; earliest use found in Gorleston Psalter. Imitative. Compare Dutch kwekken to quack.

Pronunciation

queck

/kwɛk/