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Definition funny of Zick:
Another form of Dick, prick, asshole, loser, referring to any male with a name beginning with a "Z" used mainly when other words in reference are not appropriate
Zygmont is such a zick when he forgets to get his girlfriend a gift for there one year and the "postal service" is to blame why she didn't get a valentines day present what a zick!
Songs about Zick:
Black casanova (Zick) by Ndjassi Ndjass from the Album TTC (Toutes Tendances Confondues)
Carry Out (Anal.G.Zick) by International Hyper Rythmique from the Album Carry Out
Die beste Zick em Johr by Bruce Kapusta from the Album Dä Clown für Üch
Die beste Zick im Johr [Explicit] by Bruce Kapusta from the Album Bruce Kapusta - Bella Colonia [Explicit]
Et weed Zick by Zik from the Album Weihnacht en Kölle
Et weed Zick by Zik from the Album Weihnachten en Kölle Folge 6
Gold Chain Mew-Zick II by Prago Union from the Album Pragounion
Books about Zick:
Murder in Battle Creek: The Mysterious Death of Daisy Zick (True Crime) by Blaine L. Pardoe (Jun 18, 2013)
Zick: Webster's Timeline History, 1557 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Aug 20, 2010)
Zick Zick Zyliss by Tanja Holz (Feb 1, 2014)
Zick- Zack- Straße 17. ( Ab 10 J.). by Creina Mansfield (Jan 1, 2001)
Von Achenbach bis Zick. Bilder und Graphiken einer sueddeutschen Privatsammlung (German Edition) by Katrin Ludwig (Jun 1, 2009)
The Writings Of Oscar Wilde: De Profundis, From The Original, Unexpurgated German Ed., Tr. By Henry Zick... by Oscar Wilde, Lady Wilde and Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly (Mar 20, 2012)
Das Goldene Zeitalter von Alexander Zick by Alexander Zick (1889)
Wiki information Zick:
Johann Rasso Januarius Zick was a painter and architect. He is considered to be one of the main masters of the Late-Baroque.
Johannes Zick was a German painter of frescoes in southern Germany and active during the Baroque period. He was the father of painter Januarius Zick and considered to be an important master of the Late Baroque.