Comic books, video games, and Dungeons and Dragons are so entrenched in popular culture that the word ‘geek’ isn’t used often. The word itself was coined by Dr. Seuss when he was in the 1950s, but etymologists and word geeks may want to stick with the theme. Already used among American college students at the time.
By the 1960s, the word was Spread In most of the English-speaking world, it mainly refers to someone who is particularly bookish and hardworking. Geeks were the only ones chosen as. Generally, the tendency seemed to be simply to bully people who professed an interest in science fiction, fantasy, and the like.