Definition of squick in English:

squick

verb

[WITH OBJECT]informal
  • Cause (someone) to feel intense disgust:

    ‘we get that bodily fluids can squick people out’
    ‘stop reading now if you're squicked by injury details’

Origin

1990s: apparently from squ- (in squirm or squeamish) + ick.

Pronunciation

squick

/skwɪk/