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A person who is intensely interested in a particular field or hobby and usually antisocial. Often used with an attributive noun

Most famous actors are really theater geeks at heart.

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Have a geek at this.

The subculture of geeks; an esoteric subject of interest that is marginal to the social mainstream; the philosophy, events, and physical artifacts of geeks
A carnival performer specializing in bizarre and unappetizing behavior

I once saw a geek bite the head off a live chicken.

To get high on cocaine
An expert in a technical field, particularly one having to do with computers

Do you need a hardware geek or a software geek?.

An unfashionable or socially undesirable person

Why do you hang around with them? They’re just geeks.

disapproval If you call someone, usually a man or boy, a geek, you are saying in an unkind way that they are stupid, awkward, or weak. = nerd. someone who is not popular because they wear unfashionable clothes, do not know how to behave in social situations, or do strange things = nerd (Perhaps from gek )
Strange person, scholar, book worm, nerd: "Allan reads a lot and stays by himself. He's kind of a geek."
A mix of crack cocaine and marijuana
n A person that tends to have keen interest in alter-reality pursuits (science fiction, fantasy, etc ), almost to the point of distraction Often these people may lack certain social graces because of an inability (or unwillingness) to separate fantasy from reality (See also nerd and Neil’s treatise)
A slang term describing someone who is obsessed with computers and uses them at every opportunity in their free time, mainly for "social" purposes, e g communication via email and bulletin boards, playing mult-user games, etc See also Anorak, Nerd, Techie and Trainspotter
Someone who knows a lot about computers and very little else See also nerd
Read all this and soon you'll speak like one Maybe
Social undesireable who, if not for the computer industry, would often be considered unemployable, but because of the computer industry, they often take home more money than people who work for a living -H- Hard Disk: Mass storage device Holds programs and data on most computer systems Data is stored on iron oxide coated aluminum platters, which are spun at typically speeds between 3600RPM and 11,000RPM Data is stored and recovered by movable heads, which store data on a large number of tracks on the platters The platters are often stacked, a hard disk drive might have anywhere between one and ten platters, with two heads on each (top and bottom) Data is stored as a set of concentric rings (tracks) broken up into a fixed or variable number of sectors All the data from the same track of each surface on each platter is collectively called a cylinder, and about here, I bet you really wish I had a picture handy
A person who is proficient in one or more technical areas, especially in hands-on utilization of technology At its most extreme geek implies a total lack of interest, ability, and even awareness of all aspects of life unrelated to technology
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a person with an unusual or odd personality
A word that I dont know even though people say it to me around 600 times daily {toadguy}
Deragatory term for a person with limited social skills, and usually strong technical skills While anybody can become a nerd, geeks are born, not made The difference between a geek and a dweeb is that dweeb has no redeeming qualities
Someone who knows a lot about computers and very little about anything else See also nerd
The sort of person who would get really excited at the prospect of using a text editor on a 900 megahertz workstation to write out the definitions of technical terms
a computer-freak who memorizes all kinds of boring technical stuff, spends all their time playing with computers, and prefers playing computer games to having a real life (Hmmmm I wonder if that makes me a geek?)
A person intensely interested in a particular field or hobby, generally at the expense of broader social interaction. Often used with an attributive noun
An expert in a technical field, particularly to do with computers
a person who may be very smart yet lacks the social graces of those who are considered cool , a "computer geek" is someone who spends too much time on the computer and has no social life
In computers and the Internet, a geek is a person who is inordinately dedicated to and involved with technology to the point of sometimes not appearing to be normal Being a geek also implies a capability with the technology
Traditionally a term of derision, geek has come to have a more positive connotation in this computer age Technically adept people now frequently refer to themselves as geeks, in a mixture of self-deprecation and pride
a carnival performer who does disgusting acts
A person more comfortable with computers than with other persons
Someone who knows a lot about computers and very little about anything else See
{i} carnival performer who performs grotesque acts; (Computers, Internet) Internet "freak", one who is addicted to the computer or Internet, one who is skilled with computers; nerd, unpopular or unusual person (Slang)
A highly knowledgeable but somewhat obnoxious person who is more skilled communicating with a computer than with another person
geek chic
The notion that geeks are cool
geek chic
The notion that hi-tech gadgets are cool
geek code
A set of codes commonly used in sig blocks to broadcast the interests, skills, and aspirations of the poster
geek out
To enthuse about a narrow topic, not realizing that most people listening will not understand a bit of it

Sorry, I didn't mean to spend fifteen minutes discussing the definition of decimate. I guess I geeked out for a bit.

geek out
To do geeky things; to act geeky; to speak of geeky things

Hey guys, let's geek out tonight and have a code-a-thon!.

geek talk
conversation between computer freaks, chat between people who are knowledgeable of computers
alpha geek
The most technically adept, knowledgeable person in a workgroup or office
Resembling or characteristic of a geek
techno geek
someone who is obsessed with technology, especially electronics and computing
plural of geek
If you describe someone as geeky, you think they look or behave like a geek
Resembling a geek; deviating from common standards of attractiveness
{s} of computer enthusiasts, of people who are experts on computers
someone whose main interest is electronic equipment, especially equipment connected with computers and the Internet, and who spends too much time buying this equipment and using it - often used to show disapproval