spick [spik ]
alt. sp. of SPIC

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  • Spick — Beschreibung Schweizer Jugendmagazin Verlag Künzler Bachmann Verlag Erstausgabe …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Spick — Spick, n. [Cf. Sw. spik. See {Spike} a nail.] A spike or nail. [Prov. Eng.] [1913 Webster] {Spick and span}, quite new; that is, as new as a spike or nail just made and a chip just split; brand new; as, a spick and span novelty. See {Span new}.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • spick — spick·et; spick·le; spick·nel; spick; …   English syllables

  • spick — I noun (ethnic slur) offensive term for persons of Latin American descent • Syn: ↑spic, ↑spik • Usage Domain: ↑ethnic slur, ↑disparagement, ↑depreciation, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Spick — This unusual and interesting name has two district possible origin. In most instances the modern surname is derived from an early medieval English nickname for someone thought to share some characteristic with the woodpecker. The nickname derive… …   Surnames reference

  • spick — n, adj (a person) of Latin origin, (an) Italian or Hispanic. This highly offensive racist term parodies the speech of such peo ple in the catchphrase no spick da Inglish …   Contemporary slang

  • spick — noun see spic …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • spick — /spik/, n. spic. * * * …   Universalium

  • spick — noun A Latino/Hispanic person. Syn: spic …   Wiktionary

  • Spick — Spịck 〈m. 1; schweiz.; Schülerspr.〉 = Spickzettel * * * Spịck, der; [e]s, e (Schülerspr. landsch.): ↑ Spickzettel (a). * * * Spịck, der; [e]s, e (Schülerspr. landsch.): ↑ …   Universal-Lexikon