Meaning; you get the opposite steering to the lock. Nope.
There is NO steering the rear wheel needed to do what people call "countersteering" so there is technically nothing to counter, point i alreay made, you can go with both wheels spinning at the same speed into the turn, you have nothing to counter.
What you do technically is to oppose the steering angle to the direction you want to turn into to lean the bike.
My Oxford: Second Edition 1975. Counter: Opposed, opposite, in the opposite direction. Mechanically it is an opposition of action.
If you reffer to this in relation to countering the action of the rear wheel going out of allignement, it would be counter steering, which is also used in cars, when it comes to leaning the bile the opposite way to where you want it to turn it would be opposite steering to be mechanically correct.
People might well want to use the word for both, it is obviously not the same thing.
And some little detail Xtra: I wish you good luck staying on top of your bike when you "countersteer" and are already at the limit of your front tyre adherence on the brakes, which was my point in the first place.