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Gender: M Origin of Mick: English, diminutive of Michael

Most often associated with Rolling Stone Jagger, Mick is also used as a generic, and derogatory, term for an Irishman.

Famous People Named Mick

Michael Philip "Mick" Jagger, English singer of The Rolling Stones
Michael Geoffrey "Mick" Jones, British musician
Michael Francis "Mick" Foley, American pro wrestler
Michael John Kells "Mick" Fleetwood, English drummer of band Fleetwood Mac
Michael Kevin "Mick" Taylor, English musician of The Rolling Stones
Mick Mars (born Robert Alan Deal), American guitarist of band Mötley Crüe
Michael John "Mick" Harvey, Australian musician of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Michael "Mick" Ronson, English guitarist for The Spiders from Mars

Pop Culture References for the name Mick

Mick St. John, main character on TV's Moonlight'
Mick Campbell, character on TV's 'House of Anubis'
Mick Rory aka Heat Wave, character in DC comics
Mick Belker, a character on TV's Hill Street Blues
Mick Garvey, a character on British TV series Benidorm
Mick Kelly, a character in The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter

Micky, Mickey