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Wick may refer to:
- Candle wick, the cord used in a candle or oil lamp.
- Solder wick, a copper-braided wire used to desolder electronic contacts.
- WICK, the call letters of an AM broadcasting station located in Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Wick (hieroglyph), an Ancient Egyptian alphabetic uniliteral sign.
- Wick Communications (formerly Wick Newspaper Group), a United States community news company.
- Capillary action ("wicking").
- a nickname for Chadwick School, a private school in Los Angeles, California, USA.
- An aircraft static discharger.
Places and placenames
- Wick, Bournemouth
- Wick, Gloucestershire
- Wick, Highland
- Wick, West Sussex
- Wick, Vale of Glamorgan
- Hackney Wick, London
- -wick (-wich) town
- vicus, the Latin word from which the Anglo-Saxon -wick, -wich, wic and -wych found within placenames derive.
- Wick (surname)
- David Wicks, a fictional character in the BBC TV soap opera EastEnders.
- David Wicks (comedian), American comedian and actor.
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