Definition for spik (2 of 2)
or spik, spick
noun Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive.
Origin of spic
British Dictionary definitions for spik (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for spik (2 of 2)
spick or spik
Word Origin for spic
Word Origin and History for spik
derogatory for "Latino person," 1913, from cliche protestation, No spick English. Earlier spiggoty (1910 "speak-a the ..."); the term is said to have originated in Panama during the canal construction. But it also was applied from an early date to Italians, and some have suggested an alteration of spaghetti.