An English habitational surname from Garwick in Lincolnshire. (proper-noun)
An English patronymic surname from the Germanic ger + ric - spear power. (proper-noun)
A male given name, transferred from the surnames. (proper-noun)
Examples of word Garrick
He at least thrice attacked Garrick (Murphy's _Garrick_, pp. 136, 189, 212), who replied with three epigrams, of which the last is well-known: --
The bike bill, introduced by Assembly Republican leader Martin Garrick, points out the need "to honor motorcyclists 'many contributions to the communities in which they live and ride."
Williams drove in Garrick Haltiwanger, who reached on a one-out triple, with a fly ball to centerfield.
Founded in 1831 as a club for theater people and other artistic types, the Garrick is his brier patch, a London men's club with probably the world's best collection of art devoted to the dramatic arts.
It is named after the 17th-century Shakespearean actor David Garrick, who founded a club called the Garrick in London.