The surname Glick is a Yiddish or Ashkenazic variation of the German word Glück. The name is also commonly found among Swiss and Palatine Anabaptist immigrants to the United States. Notable people with the surname include:
- Alexis Glick, a national television personality who was a temporary host for the third hour of NBC's Today Show in 2006
- Alex Glick, a boy who, via charity raffle, won a minor appearance in South Park episode, Red Man's Greed
- Caroline Glick, American-Israeli journalist, deputy managing editor of the Jerusalem Post
- Deborah Glick, the Democratic New York State Assembly member for the 66th Assembly District (lower Manhattan)
- George Washington Glick, an American politician
- Hirsh Glick, a poet from the Vilna Ghetto, writer of the lyrics for the partisan song Zog nit Keynmol
- Jeff Glick (d. 1985), American bridge player
- Jeremy Glick, a man who died in the September 11, 2001 attack and who fought back against the terrorists on United Airlines Flight 93
- Jiminy Glick, a fictional character portrayed by Martin Short in the TV series Primetime Glick (2001–2003)
- Larry Glick, a Boston radio talk show host
- Robert Glick, the Director of the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research
- Roman Glick, bass guitarist for American rock band Jackyl
- Ruth Glick, best-selling author of healthy cookbooks and has also written dozens of romantic suspense novels under the pen name Rebecca York.
- Shimon Glick, Israeli physician
, Jewish theologian
- Srul Irving Glick, composer, radio producer, conductor, teacher
- Stacey Glick, a former child actress
- Thomas F. Glick, historian of science
- Yehuda Glick, Israeli activist
Usage examples of "glick".
Gunther Glick sat sweating in the BBC network van parked on the eastern edge of St.
Gunther Glick stared at the cell phone in his hand for ten seconds before he finally hung up.
If Gunther Glick wanted to follow a feeble phone tip, Macri was his dog on a leash.
Nonetheless, despite his unfortunate appellative and annoying eagerness to make a mark, Glick was sweet .
Once past, the cars skidded, decelerating, and cut sharply left one block ahead, taking the exact route Glick had intended to take.
Chinita and Glick had seen a veritable army of young men pour out of the Alpha Romeos and surround the church.
Chinita Macri and Gunther Glick sat glued to the windshield of the BBC van.
Normally Glick would have made an effort to maintain an inconspicuous distance, but today he could barely keep up.
Macri carried her video camera casually, but despite her imitation of a bored member of the press, she stood out more than Glick would have liked.
Behind her, a breathless Gunther Glick gave her a wink and dissolved back into the crowd.
Reporter Glick was apparently reporting by phone, the connection scratchy.
Vatican, Gunther Glick was walking on air as he followed the camerlegno from the Sistine Chapel.
The other networks had picked up the catchy sound bite, and Glick was yet again immortalized.
The whole world was staring at this logo, but it had been Glick, a bit of a symbologist himself, who had first seen the Illuminati symbology hidden in it.
An unwilling Glick cursed aloud as he tagged along, fumbling through a terrified blow-by-blow commentary.