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Meaning & Definition of Prick in English

English

Prick

/prɪk/

noun

1. Insulting terms of address for people who are stupid or irritating or ridiculous

    synonym:
  • asshole
  • ,
  • bastard
  • ,
  • cocksucker
  • ,
  • dickhead
  • ,
  • shit
  • ,
  • mother fucker
  • ,
  • motherfucker
  • ,
  • prick
  • ,
  • whoreson
  • ,
  • son of a bitch
  • ,
  • SOB

2. A depression scratched or carved into a surface

    synonym:
  • incision
  • ,
  • scratch
  • ,
  • prick
  • ,
  • slit
  • ,
  • dent

3. Obscene terms for penis

    synonym:
  • cock
  • ,
  • prick
  • ,
  • dick
  • ,
  • shaft
  • ,
  • pecker
  • ,
  • peter
  • ,
  • tool
  • ,
  • putz

4. The act of puncturing with a small point

  • "He gave the balloon a small prick"
    synonym:
  • prick
  • ,
  • pricking

verb

1. Make a small hole into, as with a needle or a thorn

  • "The nurse pricked my finger to get a small blood sample"
    synonym:
  • prickle
  • ,
  • prick

2. Cause a stinging pain

  • "The needle pricked his skin"
    synonym:
  • prick
  • ,
  • sting
  • ,
  • twinge

3. Raise

  • "The dog pricked up his ears"
    synonym:
  • prick up
  • ,
  • prick
  • ,
  • cock up

4. Stab or urge on as if with a pointed stick

    synonym:
  • goad
  • ,
  • prick

5. Cause a prickling sensation

    synonym:
  • prickle
  • ,
  • prick

6. To cause a sharp emotional pain

  • "The thought of her unhappiness pricked his conscience"
    synonym:
  • prick

7. Deliver a sting to

  • "A bee stung my arm yesterday"
    synonym:
  • sting
  • ,
  • bite
  • ,
  • prick