schizo

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schiz·o

 (skĭt′sō) Offensive Slang
n. pl. schiz·os
A schizophrenic person.
adj.
Schizophrenic.

schizo

(ˈskɪtsəʊ)
adj
(Psychology) schizophrenic
n, pl -os
(Psychology) a schizophrenic person

schiz•o

(ˈskɪt soʊ)

n., pl. schiz•os,
adj. Slang. n.
1. a schizophrenic or schizoid person.
adj.
2. schizophrenic or schizoid.
3. crazy; wildly eccentric.
[1940–45; by shortening; compare -o]

schizo-

a combining form meaning “split,” “fission”: schizocarp. Also, esp. before a vowel,schiz-.
[< Greek, comb. form representing schízein to part, split]
Translations

schizo

[ˈskɪtsəʊ] Nesquizo/a m/f

schizo

(inf)
n (= schizophrenic)Schizophrene(r) mf; (= crazy person)Verrückte(r) mf (inf)
adj (= schizophrenic)schizophren; (= crazy)verrückt (inf)
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