Hick meaning

hĭk
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Of or like a hick or hicks.
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A person regarded as unsophisticated, gullible, or coarse from having lived in the country.
noun
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Provincial; unsophisticated.

A hick town.

adjective
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An awkward, unsophisticated person regarded as typical of rural areas; yokel; hayseed.
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Origin of hick

  • After Hick a nickname for Richard from Middle English Hikke

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition