Chick may refer to:

  • A bird that has not yet reached adulthood
  • Slang for a woman


  • Chick Autry (first baseman) (William Askew Autry, 1885–1976), National League Baseball player
  • Chick Autry (catcher) (Martin Gordon Autry, 1903–1950), American League Baseball player
  • Chick Bullock (1898-1981), American vocalist
  • Chick Corea (born 1941), American jazz pianist
  • Chick Davies (1892-1973), American baseball player
  • Chick Evans (1890-1979), American amateur golfer and member of the World Golf Hall of Fame
  • George Evans (coach), nicknamed "Chick", American football, basketball, and baseball coach at Northern Illinois University from the 1920s to 1950s
  • Chick Fraser (1873-1940), Major League Baseball pitcher
  • Chick Fullis (1904-1946), Major League Baseball player
  • Chick Fulmer (1851-1940), Major League Baseball player
  • Chick Galloway (1896-1969), Major League Baseball player
  • Chick Hafey (1903-1973), Hall of Fame Major League Baseball player
  • Chick Harbert (1915-1992), American PGA Tour golfer
  • Chick Hearn (1916–2002), American sportscaster
  • Chick King (born 1930), Major League Baseball player
  • Chick Lang (1905-1947), Canadian Hall of Fame jockey
  • Chick Morrison (1878-1924), American silent film actor
  • Chick Parsons (1902-1988), American World War II naval officer and businessman
  • Chick Shorten (1892–1965), Major League Baseball player
  • Chick Stahl (1873-1907), Major League Baseball player
  • Chick Tricker, early New York gangster
  • Chick Webb (1905–1939), jazz drummer and band leader
  • Chick Young (born 1951), Scottish football journalist
  • Harriette Chick (1875–1977), British nutritionist
  • Jack Chick (born 1924), fundamentalist Christian American cartoonist and publisher and founder of Chick Publications
  • John Chick (born 1982), American football player
  • Chick Clark, a Trevor Fitzroy identity

Sports teams:

  • Grand Rapids Chicks, part of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League from 1945 to 1954
  • Milwaukee Chicks, in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League in 1944
  • Memphis Chicks, a former minor league baseball team in Memphis, Tennessee


  • Chick Island, in Lake Erie, Canada

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