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Gender: M Pronunciation: Brik Origin of Brick: Word name, various origins

This is an Anglicized form of various names; the Irish Gaelic O Bruic; German, Bruck or Breck, meaning "swamp" or "wood"; Yiddish, Brik, "bridge"; and Slovenian, Bric, "dweller from a hilly place." Gosh, and we thought it was just a macho word name invented by Tennessee Williams for the hero of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.

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Pop Culture References for the Name Brick

Slang meaning "a good fellow," from 1800/1900s
The name has been used as a nickname for people who are reliable and strong.

Brick Heck, youngest son in U.S. sitcom "The Middle"
Brick Tamland, character from "Anchorman"
Brick Bollinger, character from U.K. television series "Outnumbered"
Brick Breeland, character on "Hart of Dixie"
Brick, character on Total Drama Revenge of the Island
Brick-character on Kim Possible
Brick, a character from The Powerpuff Girls

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