A male given name, a less common spelling of Derek. (proper-noun)
Examples of word Deryck
But the National Youth Orchestra is filling that gap; the main work in Vasily Petrenko's concert with the orchestra at the Festival Hall is the most frequently heard of those attempts to realise Mahler's vision: that composed by the British musicologist Deryck Cooke.
From the Old Trafford dressing room, side on to play, it was almost impossible to follow the flight of the ball from hand to the gloves of Deryck Murray.
Zico's sales grew fivefold last year, said Deryck van Rensburg , head of Coke's new ventures unit.
On "Goodbye Lullaby," Lavigne seems to surrender her teen-punk crown to the newcomers and instead steals some pages from Taylor Swift's diary pop Lavigne's divorce from Sum 41 leader Deryck Whibley probably helped.
"Goodbye Lullaby," Avril Lavigne's first disc since her split from Sum 41 singer and "Lullaby" co-producer Deryck Whibley, is an album at war with itself, divided into up-tempo pop songs meant to evoke the bratty Avril of old and lovelorn ballads meant to introduce a sadder, wiser, more grown-up Avril.