Homophones for kecks, kex

kecks / kex [kɛks]

kecks – n. & v. – n. – 1. wild chervil, a coarse erect biennial herb, Anthriscus sylvestris, of the family Umbelliferae that is widely distributed in the Old World and an introduced weed in eastern North America; 2. honewort – a perennial herb, Cryptotaenia canadensis, with thin three-foliolate leaves and small white flowers, also called wild chervil; 3. undergarments; v. – to make the sounds of retching

kex – n. & adj. – 1. the dry stalk of various hollow stemmed plants (as cow parsnip); 2. a Maya therapeutic rite in which an ailing person pledges an offering of food to the force or agency of his illness in return for his health; adj. – resembling kex: dry and hollow