glaikit, gleekit adjective, of people silly, senseless, foolish: Och [Oh], the auld [old] woman wis [was] telling the young eens [ones, people] aa [all] aboot [about] lads [boys], and ither [other] rubbish that were making them laugh and giggle, and gan [going] aa [all] very gleekit. la15-. etymology: Scots; a derivative of glaik, though of earlier appearance; Older Scots glakit, glaikit, from circa 1470, glakitnes, glaikitnes from circa 1450.; form glakit attested by SR, JS and BW note:

Form glaikit attested by Canadian Paul Pope (2013) with the same meaning.