Definition of mick
- Mick is the Definition of an extremely addicted Gambler (formally associating with BlackJack)
He has become a Mick.
- an Irish person. Offensive.
Citation from "Chapter 3", The Confession (TV), Season 1 Episode 3 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
- This sometimes refers to a person who is of the Roman Catholic faith.
- I have heard of this term being slang for money, but that still needs to be verified.
Its a slag for money as every mick is loaded.
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