Definition of eeksie-peeksie in English:

eeksie-peeksie

Pronunciation /ˌiːksɪˈpiːksi/

See synonyms for eeksie-peeksie

adjective

Scottish
  • Evenly balanced; equal.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in John Jamieson (1759–1838), antiquary and philologist. Reduplication (with variation of the initial consonant) of a regional and colloquial pronunciation of equal, with remodelling of the ending of word after Scots -sie, suffix forming adjectives with the sense ‘somewhat, rather’.