A species of gecko, a small, brilliantly coloured lizard, has the back of its tail armed with plates.
gecko, on his knees, was alternately chafing her hands and feet.
Taffy was allowed to see gecko, who was remanded till the result of the post-mortem should be made public.
gecko with a knife, and people holding him, and Svengali bleeding on the ground.
The only reptiles are three species of skinks and four of the gecko; the islands are famed for their freedom from snakes.
Why, he always laughed when I tried to sing; and so did Marta; and so did gecko!
He played at three grand concerts with gecko, and had a well-deserved success.
I suppose he and gecko had been playing somewhere, for gecko had his fiddle.
Locally this gecko is known as escorpin; the natives believe it to be deadly poisonous.
If gecko hadn't been there, I don't know what we should have done.
1774, from Malay gekoq, said to be imitative of its cry. Earlier forms were chacco (1711), jackoa (1727).