As an adjective necked
is (in combination) having some specific type of neck.
As a verb necked
As a noun necker is
neckerchief, especially from the scouts or necker
can be someone who kisses; a kisser or necker
can be someone or something with a certain type of neck.
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(in combination) Having some specific type of neck
(nautical, archaic, of a treenail) Cracked.
* black-necked screamer
* grey-necked wood rail
* ring-necked parakeet
* side-necked turtle
* snake-necked turtle
* yellow-necked mouse
Shortening of neckerchief
neckerchief, especially from the Scouts
From the verb neck
Someone who kisses; a kisser
* 2008 , Don Malarkey, ?Bob Welch, Easy Company Soldier: The Legendary Battles of a Sergeant from World War II
*:We all ate at the Liberty Grill, and then Bernice and I drove her family's Pontiac upriver, to a hill overlooking Tongue Point, where plenty of neckers were fogging up the windows.
From the noun neck
someone or something with a certain type of neck.