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spick

[spik] /spɪk/
noun
1.
spic.
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British Dictionary definitions for spick

spic

/spɪk/
noun
1.
(US, slang) a derogatory word for a person from a Spanish-speaking country in South or Central America or a Spanish-speaking community in the US
Word Origin
C20: perhaps alluding to a foreigner's mispronunciation of speak
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spick

adjective

: Jill don't want anyone to know she got a spic baby

noun
  1. A Latino or person of such descent: female spick, short, fat (1913+)
  2. The Spanish language (1933+)

[fr the presumed protestation ''No spick English'']


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