To count; to enumerate; to number; also, to compute; to calculate. (verb)
Examples of word reckon
All I reckon is a passage to Klondike in your boat would be mighty square of you.
The Jewish Chronicle even "reckons" that your husband is Jewish though their use of the word reckon puts their own Jewishness into question.
Harper's Wyatt Mason often infuriates me, which I reckon is altogether one of the best reasons to read literary criticism.
I cannot abide this woman who I reckon is nowhere near the politician her husband was and, indeed, is and who will be disastrous for the USA if they ever should make the mistake of allowing her to get her hands on the levers of power.
But here's an example of the sort of designer bullshit that I reckon is more to blame for clients dismissing designers and refusing to pay good money for the job than the usual culprit, the PC and cheap software: