filth, dirt, German word first used by James Joyce in Ulysses
dreck stinks
by klidenengro January 30, 2004
Yiddish/German word for crap, garbage, trash, etc. The kind of shit that you don't want to step in, and if you do, you'll be walking funny for the next two blocks in an attempt to scrape it off your shoe.

The term is sometimes used to refer to Luke fon Fabre, protagonist of the game "Tales of the Abyss."
Ew, you went out with that slut? She's total dreck. Dump her immediately.
by Numdenu November 21, 2010
A farquaad like member, but irritates the pungent lord 20% more than a normal farquaad. The word dreck has no relation to brown scented onions or a dirty swamps
'Shrek is dreck' said the farquaad upperclassman

He was then annihilated from behind and his head dismembered from his entire 'Dreck' body

An older dreck student watched in fear and at the same time soiled himself
by FreddieJonesy12 May 17, 2016
(noun) from the combination of Dreadful and Wreck (coined by Andre Leon Talley/judge on America's Next Top Model and editor for Vogue)
She was a dreck in that ridiculous outfit.
by realityandtoast February 07, 2011
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