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Brick

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

The name Brick is a boy's name of German, Irish Gaelic, Yiddish origin. Brick and is often added to lists like Unusual Boy Names and discussed in our forums with posts like "Themed Families..".

From the experts:

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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Famous People Named Brick

Brick Stowell, photographer, boyfriend of "Walking Dead" actress Alanna Masterson
Brick Sullivan (born John Lambertson Scroggs), Old Hollywood film and TV actor

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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Comments

ambercat Says:

2017-11-26T08:05:35

Sounds like a soap opera name -- at age 30, Brick learns he gas an evil twin, Bolt. Or is Bolt the good twin and Brick the evil one?

arr! Says:

2017-08-12T18:54:23

I always say I am gonna get a cat one day and name it Brick... Cute for a kitty, not so much for an actual child.

Kimberly Abbott Says:

2017-07-17T18:25:19

You would name your child brick? *silently questioning your parenting*

Stacie_Jo Says:

2016-10-09T07:46:05

sounds dumb as a brick

juliana Says:

2016-04-27T11:43:37

here is my son, Brick

EW314 Says:

2016-01-29T10:27:58

This is just not an attractive object to be named after.

Also, "thick as a brick" is a saying meaning "really stupid".

Nozomi Says:

2016-01-24T07:18:38

I agree, but I still think they're both pretty harsh. Teasing is very easy to come with this name ( As well as with Stone ).

sherlockedout Says:

2016-01-23T18:28:08

To be honest, I would much prefer Stone to Brick.

Nozomi Says:

2016-01-16T05:43:24

Whats next? Cement? Or how about Stone? -.-

Hailey Says:

2015-12-17T18:02:23

Reminds me of the lovable idiot from Anchorman.

Zelliew Says:

2015-06-18T10:29:31

Yes - It's OK for a dog

RavenZimmi Says:

2015-06-05T19:17:32

I would name a really lazy dog this

Mirimouse Says:

2015-03-24T11:03:28

You're not serious, surely?

Theodora_Phoenix Says:

2014-04-26T14:40:14

I know right? The only time I heard this name was on TV

starrkissed Says:

2014-04-10T00:57:26

Really?? No.