Definitions of reckon

To
calculate;
to
reason
with
one's
self,
and
conclude
from
arguments;
to
charge
to
account;
to
pay
a
penalty;
to
suppose.
To
reckon
on,
to
depend
on.

To
count;
to
enumerate;
to
number;
also,
to
compute;
to
calculate.

To
count
as
in
a
number,
rank,
or
series;
to
estimate
by
rank
or
quality;
to
place
by
estimation;
to
account;
to
esteem;
to
repute.

To
charge,
attribute,
or
adjudge
to
one,
as
having
a
certain
quality
or
value.

To
conclude,
as
by
an
enumeration
and
balancing
of
chances;
hence,
to
think;
to
suppose; 
followed
by
an
objective
clause;
as,
I
reckon
he
won't
try
that
again.

To
count
or
compute;
number;
as,
to
reckon
the
cost;
look
upon
as
being;
consider;
as,
I
reckon
him
among
my
foes;
to
think;
suppose;
as,
I
reckon
it
will
rain.

To
count:
to
place
in
the
number
or
rank
of:
to
account:
to
esteem.

To
count;
compute;
esteem.

To
count;
compute;
often
with
up.

To
consider;
esteem.

To
make
an
enumeration
or
computation;
to
engage
in
numbering
or
computing.

To
come
to
an
accounting;
to
make
up
accounts;
to
settle;
to
examine
and
strike
the
balance
of
debt
and
credit;
to
adjust
relations
of
desert
or
penalty.

To
depend
or
rely;
with
on;
as,
he
reckoned
on
their
friendship;
to
calculate;
make
up
accounts;
settle;
suppose;
guess.

To
calculate;
make
up
accounts;
settle.

judge
to
be
probable

take
account
of; "
You
have
to
reckon
with
our
opponents"; "
Count
on
the
monsoon"

deem
to
be; "
She
views
this
quite
differently
from
me"; "
I
consider
her
to
be
shallow"; "
I
don't
see
the
situation
quite
as
negatively
as
you
do"

To
count
or
depend (
on
or
upon).

To
settle
accounts (
with).

To
count;
to
account
or
esteem;
to
set
in
the
number
or
rank
of.

To
number;
to
compute;
to
set
in
the
number
or
rank
of;
to
regard;
to
esteem;
to
estimate;
to
take
into
calculation;
to
be
answerable
for;
to
depend
on.

Reckoner.
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