the state of being a geek, esp. awkward, technological, or intellectual persons as a group; also called geekhood
Geekdom seems to be popular these days.
The world or domain of geeks and nerds: the geekdom of Silicon Valley
adjective Fashionable for the socially inept: geekchic earth shoes
[geek] /gik/ Slang. noun 1. a digital-technology expert or enthusiast (a term of pride as self-reference, but often used disparagingly by others). 2. a person who has excessive enthusiasm for and some expertise about a specialized subject or activity: a foreign-film geek. 3. a peculiar person, especially one who is perceived to be overly intellectual, […]
/ˈdʒiːˌdʒiː/ noun 1. (slang) a horse noun A horse, esp a mediocre racehorse •British children’s word for horse: I like to follow the gee-gees/ You can go to bet the gee-gees at Hialeah or Gulfstream [1869+; perhaps fr the command gee given to a horse]
[je-mip-er-uh] /dʒɛˈmɪp ər ə/ plural noun 1. gemmiparous animals, as hydra.