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Vic

[vik] /vɪk/
noun
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a male given name, form of Victor.

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  • Run down, Vic, dear, and get Geoff to go straight into the school-room.

    Great Uncle Hoot-Toot

    Mrs. Molesworth
  • Just a moment ago you said what a much nicer boy Vic would have made.

    Great Uncle Hoot-Toot

    Mrs. Molesworth
  • They were hardly settled in the drawing-room before Vic appeared.

    Great Uncle Hoot-Toot

    Mrs. Molesworth
  • The only vestige of comfort left me was the hope that they were taking me to Hope and Vic.

    The Infra-Medians

    Sewell Peaslee Wright
  • There was Vic, his red hair tousled, and his face gray with worry.

    The Infra-Medians

    Sewell Peaslee Wright
Word Origin and History for Vic

1858, colloquial abbreviation of Royal Victoria Theater in London.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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Slang definitions & phrases for Vic

vic 1

noun

A convict (1925+ Underworld)

vic 2

noun

A victim; mark, patsy: There were no ''poppy loves'' or ''vics'' in the car, no white people at all

verb

  1. (also scope a vic) To look for someone to rob, mug, etc
  2. To steal: I told them not to vic the car, because I knew they would get caught
  3. To cheat: I was vicked by the people that gave me only one dollar for a tip (1960s+ Black teenagers)
The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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