schiz

[ skits ]
/ skɪts /

noun, adjective Informal.

Sometimes schitz.

Origin of schiz

First recorded in 1950–55; by shortening

Definition for schiz (2 of 2)

schizo-


a combining form meaning “split,” used in the formation of compound words: schizogenetic.
Also especially before a vowel, schiz-.

Origin of schizo-

< Greek, combining form representing schízein to part, split
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British Dictionary definitions for schiz

schizo-

before a vowel schiz-


combining form

indicating a cleavage, split, or divisionschizocarp; schizophrenia

Word Origin for schizo-

from Greek skhizein to split
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Medicine definitions for schiz

schizo-


pref.

Split; cleft:schizotrichia.
Cleavage; fission:schizogenesis.
Schizophrenia:schizoid.
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