It has characteristics as a noun (the absolute and total), a verb (you schultzed her), an adjective (he is a totally schultz dancer), etc...Its meanings are endless, AS long as used correctly.
schultz (n.) = a good friend or an unknown stranger. often paried with words of extremity, i.e. complete, total, utter, absolute, etc
schultz (adj.) = used to describe nouns. often paired with adverbs, "unbelievably, incredibly, totally, ridiculously, etc"
to schultz (v.) = to do any of various activities. Use is generally considered acceptable when the term has been previously used in the same context.
to schultz is smoke doob, slam, generally hang about acting like schultzes, etc
a schultzyization can be when you're standing in a small circle of people and somebody steps in front of you and pushes you out of the circle.
Jeremy, "Ohh sup!"
Aaron, "Sup schultz!"
Jeremy, "Alright let's do something but I don't want to go anywhere totally schultz."
Josh, "Dude, you should just schultz her already."
Todd, "Sup dude? Let's go."
Jesse, "Eh I dunno... I'm kind of feeling like a schultz today.
Bryce, "Hey! Don't be a complete and total schultz! You're coming with us."
Nuñez, "Dave what did you end up doing?"
David, "Dude I couldn't take it. I had to get out of there. Her boyfriend was just this totally random schultz."