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A common Southernism refering to a pain, spasm, or strain in a joint such as a neck, back, or knee.
I have a crick in my neck.
por Michael McQuaig 30 de Outubro de 2003
When rednecks inproperly pronounce "Creek" as "Crick"
Enus:Hey Josh wanna go to the crick?
Josh:Dont you mean "Creek"?
por ZackDennisRossisgreat 27 de Novembro de 2009
"Crick" refers to people who have achieved an Ultra-Rich status. To be labeled as "Crick" is an enormous compliment. Not everyone can be crick. It is a term that solely describes the elite.
-The characters in the TV series, NYC prep are so crick!
-She's lived in 14 different countries! That's so CRICK!
-He just crashed his second Bugatti...I wish I were that crick.
-I heard they spent their summer in Dubai...In the Burj Al Arab! Only crick kids can do that.
-My parents don't work, Im just crick.
-You are so lucky you have such a crick friend like me... otherwise the concierge on my Vertu cellphone wouldn't have reserved us the VIP seats.
-Her mom has a room full of Birkins! SO CRICK!
por XMCXC 21 de Agosto de 2009
the sound an oriental camera makes
Mr.wong said, "Rook diss ray prease," and the camera went "Crick"
por mavros 03 de Abril de 2006
Crick is actually the way people from Oregon and Washington say "creek", you know like a small flow of water. You'll hear it a lot in the rural parts of the two states.
"Let's go down to the crick and shoot some squirrels."
por Keela 03 de Março de 2005
Country term for a creek that often runs dry.
Once the crick became saturated after the quick rain, I waited above, watching the night crawlers and the occasional crayfish come out.
por Heljojo 13 de Maio de 2016
(n) A pain in the neck due to a strain or pull of the muscles, joints, ligaments and tendons that hold your

head up.

Origin: Middle English 15th century; unknow origin
Prob. Onomatopoeic
I woke up this morning with a crick in my neck.

ache pain
por DeltaOne 17 de Fevereiro de 2015
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