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fatso

[ fat-soh ]
/ ˈfæt soʊ /
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noun, plural fat·sos, fat·soes.Informal: Disparaging and Offensive.

a fat person (used as a term of address).

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Origin of fatso

1940–45; perhaps Fats a nickname for a fat person (see fat, -s4) + -o; also compared with fat sow,German Fettsau
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fatso
/ (ˈfætsəʊ) /

noun plural -sos or -soes

slang a fat person: used as an insulting or disparaging term of address
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