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1.
Variation of "spic". Derogitory term for hispanic people.
by Banky December 15, 2002
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2.
spick to hispanic people is the same as nigger to black people
fucking spick bitch
stupid spick
fuck you spick
by joe cool March 28, 2005
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3.
insult to spanish people
back in the day the spanish speakers in NY would say " no speake english" in and accent. and ppl came up with an insult using what they herd to be "Spick" instead of speak.
just like the term Nigger for a black person
by chinochang October 22, 2006
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4.
A Spanish Prick
Mark: Mario's being such a fag today!
Johnny: ya I no! he's such a spick!
by bobina.uasafa May 17, 2012
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A derogatory term used to describe hispanic people. It derives from combining the word spanishand mick. During the rush of immigration in the early twentieth century in America, people thought the Irish were weird for being Catholic (since everybody already here was protestant) When hispanics started showing up the majority were Catholic, thus they were viewed as spanish speaking catholics like the Irish micks, Spicks.
Protestant 1-"Hey look at those Micks going to church to praise that man with the funny hat....they're speaking...spanish?"
Protestant 2-"ahhh yess yes I've heard of those , spanish speaking Micks, Spicks they're called."
by Speakingwords July 14, 2008
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6.
A derogatory term used as a noun for any person of Latino descent. The word is based on how first-generation Latinos say the English word "Speak" (it sounds like "spick").
Hugo: Look at that Spick selling oranges on the block.
Danny: Damn, I wanted some strawberries.
by PachucoWey February 14, 2009
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'Spick' comes from the derogatory name for the Irish - 'Mick'.

Irish and Hispanics are both dominantly catholic. In the 1900's when Irish immigrants had pretty much been well established, but still hated by many Americans, was also the time when many Hispanic immigrants made their entry into America. They ended up sharing Irish churches, schools and neighborhoods due to the catholic faith and moral values we had in common. When early Americans saw this, they began calling hispanics "spicks" (Like a spanish Mick) for hanging around them.
"Those two were made for each other - a Mick and a Spick bastard!"
by McNabb January 30, 2007
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