schitzo

[skit-soh]Informal.

noun, plural schit·zos, adjective


schizo

[skit-soh]Informal.

noun, plural schiz·os.

a schizophrenic or schizoid person.

adjective

schizophrenic or schizoid.
crazy; wildly eccentric; lunatic.
Also schiz.Sometimes schit·zo, schitz.

Origin of schizo

1940–45; by shortening; cf. -o
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British Dictionary definitions for schitzo

schizo

adjective

schizophrenic

noun plural -os

a schizophrenic person
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Word Origin and History for schitzo

schizo

n.

1945 (n.), slang shortening of schizophrenic. Schiz in same sense is from 1955 as a noun, 1960 as an adjective.

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