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Correct spelling: dick

Dick \d(i)-ck\

Meaning:
ten
Origin:
German
Details:
Dick as a boy's name is pronounced dik. It is of English origin. A rhyming nickname from medieval times. Richard (Old German) "dominant ruler", was shortened to Rick, then rhymed to Dick, and variants like Dickson and Dix (which is also the French word meaning "ten") followed. Figure skater Dick Button.
Meaning:
Dack, dicky.
Variants:
Dixon, Dickson.
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Examples of usage for dick:

  1. Oh, Dick if that isn't just like you! –  by
  2. My friend Dick was still very anxious about his father. –  by
  3. But, O Dick I'm going to miss my- baby! –  by

Quotes for dick:

  1. With Dick Smith there, and the words of Peter Shaffer... they've got to be the most beautiful descriptions in music ever written on film or in literature. And we could hear the music accompanying the words... What more can you ask for?
  2. If Edwards gained 60 pounds and lost all his hair, he'd look like Dick Cheney!
  3. Bush's choice of Dick Cheney as his running mate is clear confirmation of the policies he would promote and the nominations he would make to an already closely divided U. S. Supreme Court.
  4. Dick Cheney said he was running again. He said his health was fine, 'I've got a doctor with me 24 hours a day.' Yeah, that's always the sign of a man in good health, isn't it?
  5. When in doubt, go for the dick joke.

Rhymes for dick:

  1. brick, chick, click, crick, flick, frick, hick, kick, klick, lick, mc, mick, nick, pic, pick, quick, rick, sic, sick, slick, stick, thick, tic, tick, trick, wick, wicke, shtick, schtick, strick, ric, vick, vic, nik, nic, dic, bic, mic, vik, dyk, pik, wik, bric, shick, wyk, quik, cwik, knick, glick, schick;
  2. nonstick, handpick;
  3. realpolitik;
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