Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An Irish boy.
  • noun A young wild bull.

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  • proper noun A diminutive of the male given names Michael, Mike or Mick
  • proper noun A diminutive of the female given name Michaela or Michelle.

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Examples

  • Micky is convinced the girl will be dead by that day.

    One Door Away From Heaven: Summary and book reviews of One Door Away From Heaven by Dean Koontz.

  • Born George Michael Dolenz Jr. in Los Angeles, California, this singer, songwriter, and television actor began his show business career under the name Micky Braddock, starring as an orphan in Circus Boy from 1956 to 1958.

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  • Depicting a man with a bald pate and broad smile, with messages such as "Nouvelle Haiti" and "Bienvenue au pouvoir" stenciled painstakingly next to them, the murals' optimism belies the intense political struggles of the first three months of the rule of Michel Martelly, a well-known singer who performed under the moniker Sweet Micky.

    Michael Deibert: Notes from Haiti's Long Hot Summer

  • Depicting a man with a bald pate and broad smile, with messages such as "Nouvelle Haiti" and "Bienvenue au pouvoir" stenciled painstakingly next to them, the murals' optimism belies the intense political struggles of the first three months of the rule of Michel Martelly, a well-known singer who performed under the moniker Sweet Micky.

    Michael Deibert: Notes from Haiti's Long Hot Summer

  • Depicting a man with a bald pate and broad smile, with messages such as "Nouvelle Haiti" and "Bienvenue au pouvoir" stenciled painstakingly next to them, the murals' optimism belies the intense political struggles of the first three months of the rule of Michel Martelly, a well-known singer who performed under the moniker Sweet Micky.

    Michael Deibert: Notes from Haiti's Long Hot Summer

  • Depicting a man with a bald pate and broad smile, with messages such as "Nouvelle Haiti" and "Bienvenue au pouvoir" stenciled painstakingly next to them, the murals' optimism belies the intense political struggles of the first three months of the rule of Michel Martelly, a well-known singer who performed under the moniker Sweet Micky.

    Michael Deibert: Notes from Haiti's Long Hot Summer

  • Depicting a man with a bald pate and broad smile, with messages such as "Nouvelle Haiti" and "Bienvenue au pouvoir" stenciled painstakingly next to them, the murals' optimism belies the intense political struggles of the first three months of the rule of Michel Martelly, a well-known singer who performed under the moniker Sweet Micky.

    Michael Deibert: Notes from Haiti's Long Hot Summer

  • Depicting a man with a bald pate and broad smile, with messages such as "Nouvelle Haiti" and "Bienvenue au pouvoir" stenciled painstakingly next to them, the murals' optimism belies the intense political struggles of the first three months of the rule of Michel Martelly, a well-known singer who performed under the moniker Sweet Micky.

    Michael Deibert: Notes from Haiti's Long Hot Summer

  • Depicting a man with a bald pate and broad smile, with messages such as "Nouvelle Haiti" and "Bienvenue au pouvoir" stenciled painstakingly next to them, the murals' optimism belies the intense political struggles of the first three months of the rule of Michel Martelly, a well-known singer who performed under the moniker Sweet Micky.

    Michael Deibert: Notes from Haiti's Long Hot Summer

  • When the Americanized son told his father in 2002 he wanted to go to start a media business in China, Fung senior picked up a Chinese-language newspaper and said, "'You can't speak, read or write the language,'" recalls Micky Fung.

    China's Master Of Taxicab Media

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