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Boy Names Ending with -ick

Ick ending baby names and what they mean, with 90 results. -ick names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names reached the top of their popularity in the 1970s (USAGE OF 1.3%) and are somewhat less common today (USAGE 0.7%, 46%), with names such as Chadwick becoming less fashionable. Kendrick (#418), Maverick (#73) and Merrick (#817) are three of the more chic baby names in this list, while Messick (TOP 3%) and Melick (14%) are common -ick surnames.

-ick names

Adalrick - Chadrick | Chadwick - Fenwick | Fitzpatrick - Maverick | Mccormick - Tedrick | Ulick - Yorick

Adalrick - Chadrick

Adelrick, Adalrick
Forms of Adalric. Derived fr. Old German element. "Noble, regal ruler." Uncommon. Compare Adalrick, Adelrick and common -ick surnames Altick (TOP 80%), Adamick (38%).

Eric and variants

Rick1, Errick1, Erick, Arrick1, Aerrick, Aerick
Forms of Eric. Derivative of Old Norse language. "Complete ruler." Used frequently as boys' names, Aerick, Erick, etc. are comparable to the familiar Derick.

Ulrick, Alrick1, Allerick, Allarick, Alerick, Alarick
Var. of Alaric. Source fr. Old German. "Noble, regal ruler." Alarik is a slightly favored boys' name.

Var. of Aubrey. Origin fr. Old German language. "Elf or magical being, power." Rare, with the -ck ending for Alberick, like Alick, Aerick. See also Allerick.

Var. of Alec. From English, Scottish, Greek. "Man's defender, warrior." Alich (TOP 68%), Alic (31%) are common surnames. See also Alek.

Form of Alex. Derived fr. Greek. "Man's defender, warrior." Not in popularity charts. See also Alrick.

Form of Alexander. Source fr. Greek language. "Man's defender, warrior." Alick, like the similar-sounding Aleck, exists more usually as a surname. See also Alrick.

Form of Aldrich. Source fr. Old English element. "Old." Alrick is rarely used as a baby name. See also Alric.

Var. of Andrik. Derived fr. Slavic, Greek. "Man, warrior." Andrick is uncommon as a children's name.

Aric and variants

Errick2, Arrick2, Arick
Forms of Aric. Root fr. Old Norse. "Complete ruler." Arick and Arrick are more unique as birth names among the versions of Aric.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ick names: Broderick, Brodrick, Cedrick, Chadrick, Chadwick

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ick names: Erick, Errick, Rick, Sedrick

Var. of Baldric. Source fr. Old German. "Brave ruler." Baldrick is a scarcely used first name, occurring frequently (TOP 79%) as a last name.

Origin fr. Teutonic. "Axe-ruler." Unique. Bardrick is not found in the US Census. See also Baldrick.

Var. of Barric. Root fr. English language. "Grain farm." Barrick is an uncommon men's name, registering regularly (UPPER 4%) as a surname. See also Warrick.

Benedick, Bendick
Forms of Benedict. Derived fr. Latin word. "Blessed." Not Top 2000 names.

Root fr. English element. The name has been used as .. Brick is rarely used as a baby name. See also Brice.

Broderick and variants

Broderick, var. Rick2, Brodrick
.. Also possibly (Old German) "famous power". Broderick, Rick, etc. became less trendy last year, falling on average -16 positions as baby names with Broderick dropping the most.

Stems fr. Old German. "Bruno's village." A rare children's name, Brunswick is used more commonly as a surname.

Derivative of Irish word. "Rock." Carrick is rare as a men's name, occurring regularly (TOP 5%) as a surname. See also Darrick.

Cedric and variants

Sedrick, Rick3, Cedrick
Forms of Cedric. Source fr. Old English word. "Kind and loved." Rick (UPPER 4%) and Sedrick (81%) are found often as surnames.

Chad and variants

Chadwick, Chadrick
Var. of Chad. Derivative of Old English language. .. Also a short form of various .. Somewhat popular as birth names, Chadrick and Chadwick are comparable to the conventional Cedrick.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -ick names for boys.

1. Adalrick - Chadrick
Adalric [Adelrick, Adalrick], Eric [Rick, Errick, ..], Alaric [Ulrick, Alrick, ..], Aubrey [Alberick], Alec [Alick], Alex [Alick], Alexander [Alick], Aldrich [Alrick], Andrik [Andrick], Aric [Errick, Arrick, ..], Baldric [Baldrick], Bardrick, Barric [Barrick], Benedict [Bendick, Benedick], Brick, Broderick [Rick, Brodrick], Brunswick, Carrick, Cedric [Rick, Sedrick, ..], Chad [Chadwick, Chadrick]

Chadwick, Chick, Charles [Chick], Cormac [Cormick], Cormick, Corey [Corrick], Damek [Damick], Darrick [Darick], Derek [Derick, Derrick, ..], Dedrick [Diedrick, Diederick], Dietrich [Dedrick, Diederick], Delroy [Delrick], Theodoric [Rick, Thedrick, ..], Dick, Richard [Rick, Dick], Dirk [Dierick], Dominic [Nick, Dominick], Edric [Edrick, Ederick, ..], Eldridge [Eldrick], Fenwick

Fitzpatrick, Frederick [Rick, Fridrick, ..], Frick, Garrick, Godric [Godrick, Goodrick, ..], Hardwick, Henry [Hendrick, Heinrick, ..], Hendrick, Harold [Herrick], Herrick, Jedrek [Jedrick], Jerrick [Jerick], John [Johnpatrick], Kade [Kadrick], Kedrick [Keddrick], Kendrick [Kenrick], Kerrick, Louis [Lodewick], Aloysius [Lutwick, Ludwick], Maverick [Mavrick]

Mc- [Mccormick], Meldrick [Melderick], Merrick [Myrick, Meyrick], Michael [Mick], Mike [Mick], Nicholas [Nick], Nick, Orrick, Osric [Osrick], Patrick, Renwick, Ulric [Rick, Ulrick], Rick, Roderick [Rorick, Rodrick, ..], Sean [Seanpatrick], Sedgwick [Sedgewick], Shadrach [Shadrick], Stanwick, Tariq [Tarick], Ted [Tedrick]

Ulick, Varick [Warick, Warrick, ..], Victor [Vick], Waldwick, Warwick [Warick, Warrick], Wyck [Wick], Yann [Yannick], George [Yorick], Yorick, York [Yorick, Yorrick]

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