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Yick Expression, Yick Soul Urge, Yick Inner Dream


Definition funny of Yick:

urbana name that began as a substitute for the expletive "spick", but came to be applied to any vulnerable person walking the streets. particularly applied when yelling out of cars at groups of people at night, in order to startle/intimidate them.

urbanyou pussy yick! come outside so i can kick your ass!

urbanExpression of disgust; fusion of yuck and ick. Similar to eww.

urbanYick, look at that horrible colour scheme.

urbanThe male form of Yuss (young pussy) The accepted name for young attractive boys. (young dick)

urbanDid you see Ryan? Yeah such a little yick

urbanA selfish, horrible person


Songs about Yick:

songsThis Yick [Explicit] by Yung Gangsta from the Album Hustle Moves [Explicit]

songsYo Yick Yack by Clay Ross from the Album Mickey Baker Project


Books about Yick:

booksYICK WO V. HOPKINS: An entry from Thomson Gale's West's Encyclopedia of American Law (2005)

booksYick Wo v. Hopkins - Syllabus by Unknown (Jul 1, 2013)

booksYick Wo v. Hopkins U.S. Supreme Court Transcript of Record with Supporting Pleadings by Additional Contributors and U.S. Supreme Court (Oct 26, 2011)

booksYick Chin, Petitioner, v. Immigration and Naturalization Service. U.S. Supreme Court Transcript of Record with... by JOSEPH S HERTOGS and ERWIN N GRISWOLD (Oct 29, 2011)

booksBiography - Yick, Joseph K(ong) S(ang) (1953-): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team (Dec 16, 2007)

booksU.S. Supreme Court Transcripts of Record Yick Wo v. Hopkins by U.S. Supreme Court (Oct 26, 2011)

booksU S ex rel Dong Yick Yuen v. Dunton U.S. Supreme Court Transcript of Record with Supporting Pleadings by ROGER O'DONNELL and U.S. Supreme Court (Oct 26, 2011)


Wiki information Yick:

Frankie Yick

Frankie Yick Chi-ming is a member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong for Transport constituency.

Yick Wo v. Hopkins
Legal case, Film subject, Event

Yick Wo v. Hopkins, 118 U.S. 356, was the first case where the United States Supreme Court ruled that a law that is race-neutral on its face, but is administered in a prejudicial manner, is an infringement of the Equal Protection Clause in the...