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'I'm Flick, the inventor ant!' Ring any bells?
-- DontDissMadison  5/10/2007
It sounds more like a boy's name than a girl's name. And I think it's rather a better name for a pet or an animal in a story than a person.
-- Pippin  3/15/2008
It doesn't matter if Flick sounds like a boys name because it is to be used as a nickname, not a full name. I think it is very cute for a little Felicity.
-- crazykls  3/15/2008
Makes me think about the verb, as well as the word for a movie.
-- slight night shiver  4/22/2008
I think this makes a cute nickname for Felicity, but I would never use it as a full name. Come to think of it, I don't think I would ever use the name Felicity either, it's a bit cheesy and sappy, I suppose, for my tastes. Oh well, I could always use this name for a dog.
-- midnight maiden  9/20/2008
This is one of the worst nicknames I've ever come across.
-- Hushpuppy  3/8/2009
"Hey fellas, have ya met that chick, Flick?"
-- gaelruadh19  8/19/2010
In the 1983 hit film "A Christmas Story," Ralphie's (Peter Billingsley) friend, a boy, bears the name "Flick" (Scott Schwartz), whom I believe was the poor soul with his tongue stuck to a flagpole.
-- Francesca  5/28/2011
A contestant on Australian Survivor's name is Felicity, but she goes by Flick. (By this comment she's still in the game...)
-- akg1ltmr  10/1/2016

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