A diminutive of the male given name Richard, also used as a formal given name. (proper-noun)
A surname. (proper-noun)
Examples of word Dick
In the IC-to-OYL timeline department: this week's Nightwing Annual, besides having more dick jokes than that infamous Joker-boner story, implies that there's at least a month, and I'd guess significantly more, between the final fight in Infinite Crisis and the scene where Bruce, Dick and Tim head off on their ocean trip.
God knows the truth when you're insincere no sooner speak to a dick like Dick than corn listens with an ear
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LYNNE CHENEY, DICK CHENEY's WIFE: I've had a lot of mothers come up to me over the years, and take comfort from the fact that it, you know, Dick was -- how shall I say this?
He could already hear what that dick Dick in New York would say about her.