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A patronymic surname derived from Hick, a medieval diminutive of Richard
American painter of primitive works, notably The Peaceable Kingdom, of which nearly 100 versions exist
An English surname
plural of hick
Hick
A diminutive of the male given name Richard
Braxton Hicks
{i} Braxton Hicks contractions, sporadic painless contractions of the uterus that occur toward the middle of pregnancy or even earlier (named after John Braxton Hicks)
Braxton Hicks contractions
{i} sporadic painless contractions of the uterus that occur toward the middle of pregnancy or even earlier (named after John Braxton Hicks)
Edward Hicks
born April 4, 1780, Attleboro, Pa., U.S. died Aug. 23, 1849, Newtown, Pa. U.S. painter. He was a coach and sign painter from an early age. In middle age he began to produce paintings of farm scenes and landscapes in a naive, or folk, style. Fearing that art was contrary to his Quaker religion but believing that it might bring meaning to life, he often framed his pictures with edifying verse. He painted his best-known subject, The Peaceable Kingdom, about 100 times; some 25 versions survive. In this charming Quaker pageant, William Penn appears on the left making his treaty with the Native Americans, while beasts are gathered on the right with little children playing among them
John Braxton Hicks
{i} (1823-1897) English gynecologist who in 1872 first described painless contractions of the uterus that occur towards the middle of pregnancy or even earlier
Sir John R Hicks
born April 8, 1904, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, Eng. died May 20, 1989, Blockley, Gloucestershire British economist. He taught at several institutions, notably the University of Oxford, and he was knighted in 1964. His classic work Value and Capital (1939) helped resolve basic conflicts between business-cycle theory and the equilibrium theory, which holds that economic forces tend to balance one another rather than simply reflect cyclical trends. He shared the 1972 Nobel Prize with Kenneth Arrow
Sir John Richard Hicks
born April 8, 1904, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, Eng. died May 20, 1989, Blockley, Gloucestershire British economist. He taught at several institutions, notably the University of Oxford, and he was knighted in 1964. His classic work Value and Capital (1939) helped resolve basic conflicts between business-cycle theory and the equilibrium theory, which holds that economic forces tend to balance one another rather than simply reflect cyclical trends. He shared the 1972 Nobel Prize with Kenneth Arrow
braxton-hicks contraction
painless contractions of the muscles of the uterus that continue throughout pregnancy with increasing frequency
hick
awkwardly simple and provincial; "bumpkinly country boys"; "rustic farmers"; "a hick town"; "the nightlife of Montmartre awed the unsophisticated tourists"
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disapproval If you refer to someone as a hick, you are saying in a rude way that you think they are uneducated and stupid because they come from the countryside. Provincial; unsophisticated: a hick town. someone who lives in the countryside, and is thought to be uneducated or stupid (Hick, a man's name, from Richard)
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to hiccup
hick
An awkward, naive, clumsy and/or rude country person
hick
{i} person raised in a rural area, unsophisticated person (Slang)
hick
not very intelligent or interested in culture
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    [ 'hik ] (noun.) circa 1690. Hick, nickname for Richard.

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