Dyck is a surname, and may refer to:

  • Anthony van Dyck, Flemish artist
  • Cornelius Van Allen Van Dyck, American missionary
  • Howard Dyck, Canadian conductor
  • Lillian Dyck, Canadian senator
  • Paul Dyck, Canadian ice hockey player
  • Peter George Dyck, Canadian politician
  • Rand Dyck, Canadian professor
  • Mathew Dyck, Canadian musician
  • Walther von Dyck, German mathematician
  • A misspelling for the movie Dick since the movie's box art title and logo on the trailer have the hands of a person pointed out to shape like a "Y".

Other articles related to "dyck":

Steve Van Dyck - Professional Publications
... Steve Van Dyck's professional publications include Van Dyck, S ... Queensland Museum 33 77-122 Van Dyck, S ...
Jim Dyck
... James Robert Dyck (February 3, 1922 – January 11, 1999) was a third baseman and left fielder in Major League Baseball who played for four different teams between 1951 and 1956 ... Dyck batted and threw right-handed ... Dyck entered the majors in 1951 with the St ...
Lillian Dyck
... Lillian Eva Quan Dyck (born August 24, 1945) is a Canadian senator from Saskatchewan ... Upon appointment, Dyck wished to sit as a New Democratic Party senator, but NDP spokesperson Karl Belanger immediately indicated that the party would not recognize her as a member of the NDP caucus as the party ... senators are free to designate themselves however they see fit, and Dyck changed her designation to say Independent New Democratic Party ...
Steve Van Dyck - Honour
... Steve Van Dyck has been awarded the 2008 Queensland Museum Medal for Research ... Van Dyck was awarded the medal for his considerable talent in discovering a number of new species and also for behavioural studies of Australian mammals ... The medal was presented to Dr Steve Van Dyck by the Queensland Arts Minister Rod Welford in February, 2008 ...