The Scottish and Irish surname Dickie is of patronymic origin deriving from the pet form of Richard. The forms Dick and Dickie are most prevalent in Scotland and were brought to northern Ireland by 17th Century Scottish settlers. The name is first recorded in the New World in 1731 when Adam Dickie settled in Virginia. Today there are approximately 2200 bearers of the name Dickie living in the United States. A notable bearer of the name was the Kiwi politician Harold Galt Dickie who represented the district of Patea in the New Zealand Parliament in the early 20th Century. 

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