Definition of Aspie in English:

Aspie

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Pronunciation: /ˈaspi
 
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informal

noun

A person with Asperger’s syndrome: an author and self-described Aspie
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  • We are very very proud parents of an Aspie and to us the differences our child has are celebrated.
  • Cognitive Behavioral therapy is most effective with Aspies because it appeals to their logical nature.
  • Anyway, if you had to guess, do you think most Aspies would fall into any particular religious or political camp?

adjective

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Having or displaying characteristics of Asperger’s syndrome: my home-educated Aspie daughter has read quite a few of these books I’m quite Aspie
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  • I'm strongly Aspie.
  • His aspie traits are well defined and sensibly portrayed, adding to Max's rich personality rather than reducing the character to a disability or a stereotype.
  • He gets tons of hugs and kisses and love, and his Aspie self loves this sort of positive attention.

Origin

1990s: abbreviation of Asperger's syndrome.

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