Reverse Dictionary: CRAZ – CRD


CRAZE – NOUNS
a craze, an infatuation; a hobby BOGIE Bk1911 Sc.
a craze; a pet notion MAROTTE 1852
a craze; enthusiastic popular admiration FURORE 1790
a craze which takes everyone by storm; great enthusiasm or excitement FUROR 1704
an obsessive craze or enthusiasm; an obsession or urge BUG 1902 sl., orig. US
the latest craze of any kind THE LATEST HOT DROP c1950 Aust. sl.

CRAZE – NOUNS, PERSON
a monomaniac MONOMANE 1846 obs. rare
a person who has craze a monomania; one affected with the unreasonable pursuit of one idea MONOMANIAC 1827

CRAZE – VERBS
to craze, to derange, to frenzy LOCO 1884 Amer. dial.


CRAZED – ADJECTIVES
crazed; confused, muddled MANGED 1825 Sc.
crazed, crazy mad LOCOED Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
crazed; having a bizarre style GONZO 1971 US sl.
crazed; having a bizarre style GONZOID 1979 US sl.
crazed, infuriated, excited; mad, insane APESHIT 1955 sl.
crazed, irrational, unstable, deranged, not sound-minded  having a ‘screw loose’ JIGGERED 1895 Amer. dial.
crazed, irrational, unstable, deranged, not sound-minded  having a ‘screw loose’ JIGGERY 1895 Amer. dial.
crazed, mad, lunatic, distraught, insane RAMMISH 1825 Sc.
crazed; mentally affected ACRAZED 1576 obs.
crazed with drink, frenzied; sexually excited, voluptuous RAMMAGE 1824 Sc.
crazed with rage or hunger RAMMISH 1825 Sc.
– somewhat crazed; having a bee in one’s bonnet BEE-BONNETED 1856

CRAZED – NOUNS, PERSON
a person who is crazed, irrational, unstable, or deranged JIGGER-HEAD 1895 Amer. dial.

CRAZED – VERBS
to become crazed or frantic with emotion, love, rage, etc. MANG 1766 Sc.
to behave in a crazed manner as a response to an emotional stimulus FREAK OUT 1966 US sl.


CRAZILY, CRAZINESS, CRAZY – ADJECTIVES
– absolutely crazy, highly eccentric BARKING MAD 1900s sl.
– acting or thinking crazily, wildly, or aggressively ILLING 1980s sl., orig. African-American & teen usage
– behaving crazily ON ONE 1990s sl.
– completely crazy ALL-OVER CRAZY 20C US sl.
– completely crazy CRAZY AS A LAUGHING FARM 1965 Amer. sl.
– crazed, eccentric WALL-HUGGING 1980s sl.
– crazy ABAFT THE WHEEL-HOUSE 1900s sl.
– crazy ANIMAL CRACKERS 1992 US sl.
– crazy AWAY 1988 Sc. sl.
– crazy BEDONDERED;  BEDONNERD 1960s S. Afr. sl.
– crazy BEREFT 1913 Amer. dial.
– crazy BOZO 1983 Amer. sl.
– crazy BUGHOUSE 1895 US sl.
– crazy COCKEYED 1894
– crazy CRACKPOT 1934 colloq.
– crazy CWAZY 1952 US sl.
– crazy DANGBATTED 1960s US sl.
– crazy DINKY DAU 1965 Vietnam War usage
– crazy FIFTY-CENTS ON THE DOLLAR Bk1942 US sl.
– crazy HALLOCK Bk1905 Sc.
– crazy HOPPED (UP) 1930s US sl.
– crazy HOPPING 1970s Irish sl.
– crazy MADBALL 1967 Amer. sl.
– crazy MAD-UP 1970s Black British sl.
– crazy OFF ONE’S FACE 1960s sl.
– crazy OUT OF HIS TREE 1960s Amer. sl.
– crazy OUT OF ONE’S ASS 1970 Amer. sl.
– crazy PATE-SORE Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– crazy UP IN THE AIR L19 US sl.
– crazy, absurd MADMEN 1960s sl.
– crazy, affected with frenzy; mad; frenzied, raging; wildly enthusiastic; frantic FRENZICAL a1586 obs.
– crazy, angry, or vexed; in a state of madness or intense excitement OFF THE HOOKS 1612 sl.
– crazy, barmy DAD’S ARMY 20C Brit. rhyming sl.
– crazy, beyond sanity AROUND THE BEND;  ROUND THE BEND 1929 colloq.
– crazy, cranky, eccentric KOOKIE;  KOOKY 1959 sl.
– crazy, daft; mad; silly; amusingly eccentric; foolish DAFFY 1884 US sl.
– crazy, delirious; rude, wild; unmanageable REE 1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– crazy; deluded OFF ONE’S GOURD 1945 US sl.
– crazy; deluded OFF ONE’S NOODLE 1945 US sl.
– crazy; demented OFF ONE’S CHUMP 1877 US sl.
– crazy, demented OFF ONE’S ROCKER 1897 sl.
– crazy, demented, crazy LOOPED (UP) 1960s US sl.
– crazy, demented; foolish, unstable, silly DIPPY 1899 US sl.
– crazy, demented, insane NUTTY AS A CUCKOO 1922 Amer. dial.
– crazy, demented, mentally deranged UNSLATED 1886 Eng. dial.
– crazy, distraught, distracted or distressed; angry SPARE 1964 UK sl.
– crazy, dizzy; unreliable SILLY AS A TWO-BOB WATCH 1954 Aust. sl.
– crazy, dizzy; unreliable SILLY AS A WET HEN Bk1999 Aust. sl.
 crazy, easily upset or overthrown, insecure, tottering; delicate, sensitive TICKLE 1515
– crazy, eccentric A FEW PICKLES SHORT OF BARREL 1941 sl.
– crazy, eccentric A FEW SANDWICHES SHORT OF A PICNIC 1985 sl.
– crazy, eccentric BARMY 1851 colloq.
– crazy, eccentric BARMY IN THE CRUMPET 1891 sl.
– crazy, eccentric BATSO 1970s US sl.
– crazy, eccentric BONZO 1980s sl.
– crazy, eccentric BUZZY L19 sl.
– crazy, eccentric CRACK-BRAINED 1634
– crazy, eccentric CRACKERS 1928 sl.. orig. Brit.
– crazy, eccentric CUCKOO 1906 sl., orig. US
– crazy, eccentric CUCKOOED 1918 sl., orig. US
– crazy, eccentric DINGBATS 1911 Aust. & NZ sl.
– crazy, eccentric DOTTY 1805 colloq.
– crazy, eccentric FLAKEY;  FLAKY 1953 sl., orig. US
– crazy, eccentric FRUITY 1929 US sl.
– crazy, eccentric LOONEY;  LOONY 1872 sl.
– crazy, eccentric LOOPY 1925 sl.
– crazy, eccentric MAGNOON;  MAGNUNE 1910s Aust. & NZ sl.
– crazy, eccentric NUTSEY a1941 sl., orig. & chiefly US
– crazy, eccentric NUTSO 1975 sl., chiefly US
– crazy, eccentric NUTTY 1898 sl.
– crazy, eccentric NUTTY AS A FRUITCAKE 1898 sl.
– crazy, eccentric ODDBALL 1957 sl., orig. US
– crazy, eccentric OFF ONE’S TROLLEY L19 sl.
– crazy, eccentric OFF THE BEAM 1941 sl., orig. US
– crazy, eccentric POTTY 1920 sl.
– crazy, eccentric QUEER 1508
– crazy, eccentric RAMPACIOUS M19 sl.
– crazy, eccentric SCREWBALL 1936 sl., chiefly US
– crazy, eccentric SCREWY 1887 sl., orig. US
– crazy, eccentric TONTO 1982 sl., orig. US
– crazy, eccentric TOUCHED 1893 sl.
– crazy, eccentric TWO BRICKS SHORT OF A LOAD 20C sl.
– crazy, eccentric WACKO;  WHACKO 1977 sl., orig. & chiefly US
– crazy, eccentric WACKY;  WHACKY 1935 sl., orig. US
– crazy, eccentric WEIRDO 1962 sl.
– crazy, eccentric WIGGY 1810 sl.
– crazy; eccentric; abnormal; weird OFF 1866 US sl.
– crazy, eccentric, insane NOT ALL THERE 1864 sl.
– crazy, eccentric, insane NOT QUITE THERE M19 sl.
– crazy, eccentric, mad OFF ONE’S ROCKET 1910s sl.
– crazy, eccentric, mad WACKED OUT 1968 US sl.
– crazy, eccentric, odd, insane BATTY 1903 US sl.
– crazy, eccentric, over-excited, anxious UP THE WALL(S) 1940s US sl.
– crazy; eccentric; whimsical BEE-HEADED 1879
– crazy, extremely stupid; very silly DAFT AS A BRUSH 1945 sl., orig. Eng. dial.
– crazy; foolish BENT AS A SCRUB TICK Bk1999 Aust. sl.
– crazy, foolish DING-A-LING 1959 US sl.
– crazy, foolish NERTS;  NERTZ 1910s US sl.
– crazy, foolish; exhibiting mental impairment DOTED a1375
– crazy; foolishly wrong, mistaken OFFEN ONE’S BOX;  OFF ONE’S BOX 1903 Amer. dial.
– crazy, foolish, silly, demented, insane, mentally deficient BUGS 1903 US sl.
– crazy; foolish; silly, esp. in demonstrating affection MOONY Bk1942 sl.
 crazy, foolish, silly, witless; confused, mixed up DINGY 1911 Amer. dial.
– crazy, foolish, silly, witless, demented, insane, mentally deficient BUGGY 1905 Amer. dial.
– crazy, foolish, stupid DAMP L19 sl.
– crazy, fun AG 1990s US students’ sl.
– crazy; furious, angry, excited BERKO 1961 Aust. & NZ sl.
– crazy, furious, angry, mad RED-EYED 1935 Amer. dial.
– crazy; giddy and aloof BALMY 1851 colloq.
– crazy, giddy, thoughtless, foolish HALOKIT 1724 Sc.
– crazy, half-witted; wild, romping; light, giddy HALLOCKIT 1787 Sc.
– crazy, harebrained GARE-BRAINED 1818 Sc. & Eng. dial. obs.
– crazy, infatuated; possessed BEGIGGED 1888 Amer.
– crazy, insane ABRAM M16 sl.
– crazy; insane BONKERS M20 sl.
– crazy, insane BUGGY AS A BEDBUG 1962 Amer. dial.
– crazy, insane BUGGY AS POTATO VINES 1962 Amer. dial.
– crazy, insane FANTI 1910s sl.
– crazy, insane FUNNY 1950s sl.
– crazy, insane MAD AS A CUT SNAKE 1932 Aust. sl.
– crazy, insane MAD AS A SNAKE 1917 Aust. sl.
– crazy, insane MAGGOTISH 1990s US sl.
– crazy, insane MAGGOTTY;  MAGGOTY 1990s US sl.
– crazy, insane MENTLER 1990s sl.
– crazy, insane NOT RIGHT UPSTAIRS 1932 sl.
– crazy, insane OFF ONE’S BAP 1980s sl.
– crazy, insane OFF ONE’S BLOCK 1910s sl., orig. military usage
– crazy, insane OFF ONE’S CAKE 1980s sl.
– crazy, insane OFF ONE’S COCONUT 19C
– crazy, insane OFF ONE’S DOT 19C
– crazy, insane OFF ONE’S JUMP 1950s Irish sl.
– crazy, insane OFF ONE’S KADOOVA c1870 Aust. sl.
– crazy, insane OFF ONE’S ONION 1890 Aust. sl.
– crazy, insane OFF ONE’S PANNICAN 20C Aust. sl.
– crazy, insane OFF ONE’S TILE 1959 Aust. sl.
– crazy, insane OFF ONE’S TOP 20C Aust. sl.
– crazy, insane OFF YOUR NANA 1966 Aust. sl.
– crazy, insane TAPPED 1910s sl.
– crazy, insane WANTING IN THE UPPER STOREY 1959 sl.
– crazy, insane NUTSY 1923 Amer. sl.
– crazy, insane, confused, muddled, mistaken OFF ONE’S BASE 1891 US sl.
– crazy, insane, demented OFF ONE’S HEAD c1845 sl.
– crazy, insane, eccentric WRONG IN THE UPPER STOREY M19 sl.
– crazy, insane, eccentric, mad OFF ONE’S PULLEY 1990s sl.
– crazy, insane, eccentric, mad OFF ONE’S ROCK L19 sl.
– crazy, insane, eccentric; demented OFF ONE’S BEAN 1940s sl.
– crazy, insane; foolish, dull, stupid LOLO 1938 Hawaii
– crazy, insane; foolishly wrong, mistaken OUT OF ONE’S BOX 1966 Amer. dial.
– crazy, insane, mad (RADIO) RENTAL 1960s rhyming sl. for ‘mental’
– crazy, insane, mad (RADIO) RENTALS 1960s rhyming sl. for ‘mental’
– crazy, insane, mad ROUND THE BEND 1929 sl.
– crazy, insane, mentally deranged, out of one’s mind; obsessed LOCO 1887 Amer. dial.
– crazy, insane, mentally unbalanced CRACKED 1692 sl.
– crazy, insane, out of one’s mind MENTAL L19 sl.
– crazy, insane, out of one’s mind OFF ONE’S NUT 1858 colloq.
– crazy, insane, out of one’s senses NUTS 1846 Amer. sl.
– crazy, lacking sense or judgement; foolish; having one’s mental faculties impaired in old age DOTTLE c1390 chiefly Sc.
– crazy, mad BALMY IN THE CRUMPET 1891 UK sl.
– crazy, mad CADAZY 1980s Black British sl.
– crazy, mad HITE;  HYTE 1720 Sc. & Eng. dial. rare
– crazy, mad LAKEY;  LAKIE 1934 UK imperfect rhyming sl. (Lakes of Killarney)
– crazy, mad MASHUGGAH;  MESHUGA;  MESHUGAH;  MESHUGGA;  MESHUGGAH;  MESHUGGINER;  MISHOOGENA 1892 sl., orig. Jewish-American
– crazy, mad OFF ONE’S NANNY L18 UK sl.
– crazy, mad OFF ONE’S PANNIKIN 1894 chiefly Aust. sl.
– crazy, mad TROPPO 1941 Aust. sl.
– crazy, mad UP THE CREEK 1960s sl.
– crazy, mad UP THE CREEK WITHOUT A PADDLE 1960s sl.
– crazy, mad, deranged LOCOED 1884 Amer, dial.
– crazy, mad, distracted; simple, foolish; bewildered SCRANNY Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– crazy, mad, eccentric SALVATION ARMY L19 sl. rhyming sl. for ‘barmy’
– crazy, mad, eccentric UP THE STICK 1930s sl.
– crazy, mad, eccentric, insane OFF ONE’S CHOMP M19 sl.
– crazy, mad, eccentric, insane OFF ONE’S DIP L19 sl.
– crazy, mad, eccentric, insane OFF ONE’S DIPPER L19 sl.
– crazy, mad, eccentric, insane OFF ONE’S DOTTY L19 sl.
– crazy, mad, eccentric, insane UP THE POLE 1904 sl.
– crazy, mad, eccentric, insane; demented OFF ONE’S CONK 1870 US sl.
– crazy, mad, frantic RAMMIST 1456 Sc. rare
– crazy, mad, insane BAT-HOUSE 20C sl.
– crazy, mad, insane, eccentric OFF ONE’S SAUCER c1930 Aust. sl.
– crazy, mad, insane, eccentric OFF ONE’S TOP TRAVERSE 20C Aust. sl.
– crazy, mad, lunatic; uneasy, over-anxious MAZE 1842 Eng. dial.
– crazy, mad, stupid LAKES (OF KILLARNEY) 1934 UK imperfect rhyming sl. for ‘barmy’
– crazy, mad, stupid, eccentric NUT 1906 colloq.
– crazy, mentally defective, feeble-minded, insane BEANY 1914 Amer. dial.
– crazy; mentally deficient; stupid SHORT OF A SHEET B1900 sl.
– crazy, mentally deranged HAYWIRE 1926 Amer. sl.
– crazy, mentally unbalanced POGGLE E20 military sl.
– crazy, mentally unbalanced PUGGLE E20 military sl.
– crazy, muddled; weak in understanding HAIZIE 1836 Sc.
– crazy, not completely sane, stupid TWO APPLES SHORT OF A BISCUIT 1992 UK sl.
– crazy, odd, eccentric; obnoxious, offensive, pointless OFF THE WALL 1937 US sl.
– crazy, odd, irrational WACKED UP 1947 US sl.
– crazy, of little understanding or intellect; silly, foolish IDLE-HEADED 1598 obs.
– crazy, of unsound mind, crack-brained SHAKE-BRAINED 1793 obs.
– crazy, of unsound mind, insane, mad DAFT 1536 chiefly Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– crazy or out of order; haywire ABLE SUGAR 20C US military sl.
– crazy or slightly crazy TECHED E17
– crazy, out of control, angry BATSHIT 1970 US sl.
– crazy, out of one’s mind OFF ONE’S DOT 1883 colloq.
– crazy, out of one’s senses BEJINGOED 1790 Eng. dial. obs.
– crazy; senseless CRACKY c1925 Aust. sl.
– crazy; silly; outlandish OFFSHORE 1994 Amer. dial.
– crazy, slightly or very eccentric or insane CRACKED IN THE FILBERT c1880 Cockney sl.
– crazy; strange BIRDIE;  BIRDY Bk2006 US sl.
– crazy, strange, unusual EAT UP 1990s sl.
– crazy, stupid LUNCHING 1990s sl.
– crazy, stupid MAD AS A BRUSH 1945 UK sl.
– crazy, stupid, eccentric NOT THE FULL QUID 1944 Aust. & NZ sl.
– crazy, stupid, foolish LUNCH 1960s sl.
– crazy, temporarily insane ON A TRIP 1960s sl.
– crazy, unhinged, insane APARTMENT TO LET M19 sl.
– crazy, unhinged, insane ATTIC TO LET M19 sl.
– crazy, unpleasant SICK-ASS 1990s US sl.
– crazy, unsound ADDLE 1847 Eng. dial.
– crazy, unstable APEY 1950s US sl.
– crazy, unworkable, fantastic; said of ideas, schemes, etc. CRACKPOT 20C colloq.
– crazy, very eccentric, mad to any degree BATS 1911 UK sl.
– crazy, wild ILL 1979 US sl., orig. African-American
– crazy; wild; eccentric ASIATIC 20C World War US Navy usage
– crazy, wildly enthusiastic DINKY 1969 US sl.
– crazy, wild, obnoxious; out of control CRUNK;  KRUNK 1990s US college & teen sl.
– dangerously crazy; completely insane MAD AS A MEAT AXE 1920s Aust. & NZ sl.
– extremely crazy CRAZY AS ADAM’S OFF-OX 1975 Amer. dial.
– extremely crazy CRAZY AS A TWO-BOB WATCH 1940s Aust. sl.
– going crazy, stressing WIGGING 20C students’ sl.
– half-crazy; empty-headed SHANDY L17 Eng. dial.
– half crazy, imbecile DINGBATTY 1911 Amer. dial.
– mildly crazy; extremely erratic LOONY 1841 US sl.
– quite crazy, deranged FERRICKED 1939 Amer. dial.
– slightly crazy HIGHTY-TIGHTY B1900 Eng. dial.
– slightly crazy OFF ONE’S KERBASE 1895 Amer. dial.
– slightly crazy, defective in mental powers BAD LUCK TOP END 1886 Eng. dial.
– slightly crazy, lacking in common sense or intelligence; mentally deficient A BRICK SHORT OF A LOAD 1983 sl.
– slightly crazy; lacking in common sense or intelligence; mentally deficient A HALFPENNY SHORT OF A SHILLING 1939
– slightly crazy; lacking in common sense or intelligence; mentally deficient HAPENNY SHORT OF A SHILLING 1939 sl.
– slightly crazy; lacking in common sense or intelligence; mentally deficient ONE SANDWICH SHORT OF A PICNIC 1985
– slightly crazy; lacking in common sense or intelligence; mentally deficient ONE SPARK PLUG SHORT OF AN ENGINE 1996
– slightly crazy; lacking in common sense or intelligence; mentally deficient SEVERAL BANANAS SHORT OF A MILKSHAKE 1992
– slightly crazy; lacking in common sense or intelligence; mentally deficient SHORT OF A SHEET OF BARK 1885
– slightly crazy; lacking in common sense or intelligence; mentally deficient SHORT OF THE FULL QUID 1960
– slightly crazy; lacking in common sense or intelligence; mentally deficient SIX BRICKS SHORT OF A LOAD 1960
– very crazy CRAZIER THAN A PEACH-ORCHARD BOAR 1986 Amer. dial.
– very crazy CRAZY AS A HOOT OWL 1971 Amer. sl.
– very crazy CRAZY AS A SHITEPOKE 1935 Amer. dial.
– very crazy MAD AS A WEAVER 17C sl.
– very crazy NUTTIER THAN A PEACH-ORCHARD PIG 1992 Amer. dial.
– very crazy, eccentric, mad MAD AS A HARE a1516
– very crazy, eccentric, mad MAD AS A MARCH HARE 1529
– very crazy, extremely eccentric; hence, egregiously foolish MAD AS A MAGGOT 20C NZ sl.

CRAZILY etc. – ADVERBS
– in a crazy or eccentric manner KOOKILY 1968 sl.
– in a crazy or eccentric manner; absurdly DOTTILY 1937
– in a crazy or erratic manner LIKE A TWO-BOB WATCH Bk1999 Aust. sl.
 
CRAZILY etc. – NOUNS
– a being crazy or eccentric KOOKINESS 1962 sl.
– craziness; a fit of eccentricity OOPERZOOTICS;  OOPIZOOTICS L19 sl.
– craziness, eccentricity; mental confusion DOTTINESS 1885
– craziness; extreme eccentricity CRACKINESS c1860 colloq.
– craziness; insanity, craziness LIGHT 1950s W. Indies sl.
 
CRAZILY etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– a crazy, contemptible person • DIPSTICK 1968 sl., orig. US
– a crazy, cranky, or eccentric person KOOK 1960 sl.
– a crazy, disturbed person LOOPER 1980s sl.
 a crazy, eccentric, or foolish person; a madman, an obsessive fan BEETLE 1605 sl.
– a crazy, eccentric, or senile person • GAGA 1938 sl.
– a crazy, eccentric, or silly person FRUIT 1959 US sl.
– a crazy, eccentric, or silly person FRUITBURGER 1978 US sl.
– a crazy, eccentric, or silly person FRUITCAKE 1942 US sl.
– a crazy, eccentric, or silly person FRUIT-LOOP 1984 US sl.
– a crazy, eccentric, or silly person; an idiot FRUIT FLY 1987 US sl.
– a crazy, eccentric, or unreliable person • FLAKE 1959 sl., chiefly US
– a crazy, eccentric person GOOF 1910s sl.
– a crazy, eccentric person WONK 20C Brit. sl.
– a crazy (fellow) Spanish-American; a wild guy BATO LOCO 1965 sl.
– a crazy, foolish, or eccentric person FILBERT 1915 Amer. sl.
– a crazy idiot GARBANZO 1989 US sl.
– a crazy idiot GARBONZO 1982 US sl.
– a crazy or eccentric person BANANA CAKE 1975 Amer. sl.
– a crazy or eccentric person • BEDBUG 1832 US sl.
– a crazy or eccentric person CRACKPOT 1883 sl.
– a crazy or eccentric person DAG 1875 Aust. & NZ sl.
– a crazy or eccentric person DINGBAT 1879 US & Aust. sl.
– a crazy or eccentric person FLIP 1952 sl.
– a crazy or eccentric person FRUITBALL 1972 US sl.
– a crazy or eccentric person FRUITBAR 1980 US sl.
– a crazy or eccentric person MAN IN THE MOON 20C rhyming sl. for ‘loon’
– a crazy or eccentric person • MESHIGANER  MESHIGGANA  MESHIGINA 1946 US sl., orig. Jewish-American
– a crazy or eccentric person • MESHUGA  MESHUGER 1946 US sl., orig. Jewish-American
– a crazy or eccentric person • MESHUGANA  MESHUGANER  MESHUGGENER 1946 US sl., orig. Jewish-American
– a crazy or eccentric person NUTCAKE 1967 US sl.
– a crazy or eccentric person NUT-CASE 1959 sl.
– a crazy or eccentric person • NUTSO 1975 sl., chiefly US
– a crazy or eccentric person • ODDBALL 1948 sl., orig. US
– a crazy or eccentric person • SCREWBALL 1933 sl., chiefly US
– a crazy or eccentric person • TONTO 1973 sl., orig. US
– a crazy or eccentric person • WACK  WHACK 1938 sl., orig. US
– a crazy or eccentric person • WACKO WHACKO 1977 sl., orig. & chiefly US
– a crazy or eccentric person • WEIRDIE  WEIRDY 1894 sl.
– a crazy or eccentric person • WEIRDO 1955 sl.
– a crazy or eccentric person; a lunatic • KEITH MOON 1992 UK rhyming sl. for ‘loon’ 
– a crazy or eccentric person; a simpleton LOON 1885 sl.
– a crazy or foolish person BATBRAIN 1937 US sl.
– a crazy or foolish person BATHEAD 1942 US sl.
– a crazy or foolish person DOTEHEAD 1530 obs. rare
– a crazy or foolish person; a dotard; a person whose intellect is impaired due to old age DOTER 1568
– a crazy or foolish person; an idiot POGGLE E19 Indian now rare or obs
– a crazy or foolish person; an idiot PUGGLE E19 Indian now rare or obs.
– a crazy or insane person BATSHIT 1982 sl.
– a crazy or insane person; a fool, an idiot; a stupid person BAKEHEAD 1949 US sl.
– a crazy or insane person; an eccentric; a foolish person NUT 1908 colloq.
– a crazy or insane person; one who is out of his mind or obsessed LOCO 1852 Amer. dial., derogatory
 a crazy or insane person; one who is out of his mind or obsessed LOCO BLOSSOM 1941 Amer. dial., derogatory
– a crazy or mad person; an eccentric NUTBOY 1964 US colloq.
– a crazy or mad person; an eccentric • NUTHEAD 1952 sl.
– a crazy or mentally abnormal person; a person with strange or unconventional behaviour DING-A-LING 1935 Amer. sl.
– a crazy or odd person • ASIATIC 1940s US sl.
– a crazy or silly person; a stupid or worthless person; a simpleton BANANA 1919 US sl.
– a crazy or vulgar person • ANIMAL 1950s sl.
– a crazy person BEE-HEAD 1657
– a crazy person CRACKBRAIN c1570 sl.
– a crazy person DING-DING 1970 US sl.
– a crazy person HEAD JOB Bk2004 sl.
– a crazy person LOONEY TUNE  LOONY TUNE 1967 US sl.
– a crazy person • MENTLER 1990s sl.
– a crazy person • MISCHIGUNA 1946 US sl., orig. Jewish-American
– a crazy person • NUTSY 1962 Amer. sl.
– a crazy person • QUARTER-CLIFT 1856 Ireland
– a crazy person SPACER 1998 Irish sl.
– a crazy person; a blockhead; a stupid person; an utter fool IDIOT c1375
– a crazy person; a crackpot; a person with a mind bent like a hairpin • HAIRPIN Bk1975 Amer. sl.
– a crazy person; a dull, stupid person LOLO 1938 Amer. dial.
– a crazy person; a lout; a rough HOON 1938 Aust. sl.
– a crazy person; a madman MICKEY ROONEY 1988 UK rhyming sl. for ‘loony’
– a crazy person; a person lacking common sense; one who is out of touch SPACE CASE 1981 US sl.
– a crazy person; a person lacking common sense; one who is out of touch SPACE COOKIE 1983 US sl.
– a crazy person; a person lacking common sense; one who is out of touch SPACE GHOST 1997 US sl.
– a crazy person, esp. one who is violent or unpredictable • HEAD-THE-BALL 1958 colloq., chiefly Irish & Sc.
– a crazy, silly person HATTER Bk1988 Aust. sl.
– a crazy, silly, or eccentric person FIG NEWTON 1974 Amer. sl.
– a crazy, silly, or eccentric person • FRUITHEAD 1955 US sl.
– a crazy, unstable person WING-DING 1960s sl.
– a crazy, unstable person; an eccentric; a ‘head case’ HEADBIN 1996 Ulster sl.
– a crazy, weak-minded person • CLUCKEY 19C Eng. dial.
– a crazy, wild, foolish person • MAZED-ANTIC Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– a crazy, wild person ANIMAL 1950s sl.
– a crazy, zany, irrational, peculiar, eccentric, or amusing person • WACKER 1965 Aust. sl.
– a highly eccentric or crazy person • MAD HATTER 1905
– a person behaving in a crazy or wild manner WILDO 1966 UK sl.
– a person considered to be crazy, insane, or ‘sick in the head’ SICKIE  SICKY 1960s sl., orig. US
– a person who has a craze or ‘maggot’ in his brain EARWIG-BRAIN 1599 obs.
– a slightly crazed person; a crazy person • QUARTER-CLEFT 1831 chiefly Eng. dial.
– a very crazy, eccentric, or foolish person • MAD HADDOCK 20C Aust. sl.
 
CRAZILY etc. – PHRASES
– he’s slightly crazy or lacking in common sense or intelligence • THE LIFT DOESN’T GO TO THE TOP FLOOR 1985
– someone is crazy NEED ONE’S HEAD EXAMINED 1949 sl.
– you’re crazy, foolish, mad YOU’RE OUT OF YOUR TINY MIND 1970 UK sl.
 
CRAZILY etc. – VERBS
– to act crazily; to become insane • GO BATSHIT 1971 sl.
– to be a bit crazy • HAVE FEATHERS IN THE HAIR 1986 Amer. dial.
– to be crazy • HAVE A GAD-BEE IN ONE’S BRAINS 1682 obs.
– to be crazy • HAVE A HOLE IN ONE’S HEAD Bk1995 US sl.
– to be crazy, eccentric, stupid, or less intelligent than average HAVE A FEW BUTTONS MISSING 1949 Amer. dial.
– to be crazy, insane, or unstable • NOT HAVE ALL ONE’S BUTTONS 1860 sl.
– to be crazy or eccentric • HAVE BATS IN THE BELFRY 1911
– to be crazy or insane • HAVE NITS IN THE NETWORK Bk1999 Aust. sl.
– to be crazy or stupid • HAVE ONLY FIFTY CARDS IN ONE’S DECK 1929 US sl.
– to be crazy or very silly • HAVE KANGAROOS IN ONE’S TOP PADDOCK E20 Aust. sl.
– to be not quite sane • HAVE AN ANGLE-TWITCH IN THE BONNET 1876 Eng. dial., (angle-twitch = worm)
– to be or become crazy; to become confused in mind; to be dotingly fond of; to craze; to confused in mind; to bewilder • MADDLE c1540 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– to be slightly crazy or idiotic BE SHORT OF A SHEET Bk1892 Aust. sl.
– to be slightly crazy or idiotic • HAVE A SHINGLE SHORT Bk1892 Aust. sl.
– to be slightly crazy; to be lacking in common sense or intelligence • HAVE ONE OAR OUT OF THE WATER 1985
– to become crazy or furious GO UP THE WALL 1951 sl.
– to behave in a crazy or wild manner • ILLIN’ 1986 US sl., orig. African-American
– to behave in a crazy, wild, or aggressive manner • ILL 1986 US sl., orig. African-American
– to cause a person to become crazy or foolish DOTE c1440 obs.
– to cause to become crazy or furious; to infuriate DRIVE UP THE WALL 1951 sl.
– to drive someone crazy DRIVE ONE BONKERS Bk2006 US sl.
 to drive someone crazy DRIVE ONE NUTS Bk2006 US sl.
– to go crazy • FLIP 1950
– to go crazy or mad • GO TROPPO 1943 Aust. sl.
– to go crazy or wild; to lose control, orig. under the influence of drugs • FLIP OUT 1964
– to go crazy, to run amok • GO FANTI 1910s sl.
– to go crazy; to freak out SNAP 1970s Amer. sl.
– to go crazy; to lose control • FLIP ONE’S LID 1951 orig. US
– to go crazy; to lose control FLIP ONE’S WIG 1952 orig. US
– to go crazy; to lose control • GO APESHIT 1951 US sl.
– to go crazy; to lose one’s temper • DO ONE’S FRUIT 1970s sl.


Updated: September 29, 2022