Talk:hickey

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Umm, this picture is messing up the layout of the article. The translation section is cut off by the category section! The picture doesn't even show a hickey anyway. — Hippietrail 00:33, 26 Mar 2005 (UTC)

Hiya Hippietrail. I moved the picture but if you don't like it for another reason just cut it and toss. It looks better on the right side, but as for showing a real live hickey, I don't think we need be real scientific about this ;-)) --HiFlyer 00:39, 26 Mar 2005 (UTC)

Thanks HiFlyer. It's not messed up now. — Hippietrail 01:10, 26 Mar 2005 (UTC)

Note: This may or may not pertain to the current English usage of the word hickey, but the surname "Hickey" is derived from the Gaelic "O'Hiddeky", meaning "healer". The O'Hiddeky's were a clan of Irish healers and scholars. The National Museum in Dublin has The Book of the O'Hickey's which is a book of medicine, or what constituted medicine in eleventh century Ireland.