Prick may refer to:

  • Prick (manufacturing), style of marking tool
  • Goad, a synonym in an agricultural sense
  • Prick (band)
  • Fingerprick, wound for blood sample
  • Prick, slang term for penis or an inconsiderate person

Read more about Prick:  Titled Expressive Works

Other articles related to "prick":

Chinese Profanity - Insults - Mixed-up
... hùndàn (混蛋 / simplified Chinese 浑蛋 traditional Chinese 渾蛋) = prick hūndàn (昏蛋) = prick hùnqiú (混球) = prick ...
Punch (tool) - Prick
... A prick punch is similar to a centre punch but used for marking out ... It has a sharper angled tip to produce a narrower and deeper point ...
Prick (magazine)
... Prick magazine is a free monthly tabloid-sized newspaper publication based out of Atlanta, Georgia ... The bulk of Prick's content focuses on the tattoo and piercing industry and the lifestyles that surround it ... According to the magazines website, "every month PRICK magazine delivers exclusive interviews with today's top tattoo artists, piercing articles, features on bands, music CD DVD ...
Pat-a-cake, Pat-a-cake, Baker's Man - Origins
... ...and pat a cake Bakers man, so I will master as I can, and prick it, and prick it, and prick it, and prick it, and prick it, and throw't into the Oven ... Cake, Patty Cake, Baker's Man That I will Master, As fast as I can Prick it and prick it, And mark it with a T, And there will be enough for Jacky and me ...
Prick - Titled Expressive Works
... Prick (album), by The Melvins "Prick", a single by the Australian band Something for Kate ...

Famous quotes containing the word prick:

    O if we but knew what we do
    When we delve or hew—
    Hack and rack the growing green!
    Since country is so tender
    To touch, her being so slender,
    That, like this sleek and seeing ball
    But a prick will make no eye at all,
    Where we, even where we mean
    To mend her we end her,
    When we hew or delve:
    After-comers cannot guess the beauty been.
    Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844–1889)

    Well, ‘tis no matter, honor pricks me on. Yea, but how if
    honor prick me off when I come on? how then?
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    When you have our roses,
    You barely leave our thorns to prick ourselves,
    And mock us with our bareness.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)