noun, plural geck·os, geck·oes.
Origin of gecko
Examples from the Web for gecko
Little Billee, who adored all "sweet musicianers," jumped up and made Gecko as warmly welcome as he could in his early French.
If Gecko hadn't been there, I don't know what we should have done.
Why, he always laughed when I tried to sing; and so did Marta; and so did Gecko!
Gecko with a knife, and people holding him, and Svengali bleeding on the ground.
He played at three grand concerts with Gecko, and had a well-deserved success.
British Dictionary definitions for gecko
noun plural -os or -oes
Word Origin for gecko
Word Origin and History for gecko
1774, from Malay gekoq, said to be imitative of its cry. Earlier forms were chacco (1711), jackoa (1727).