An adjective that describes someone or something that is chronically ill, with multiple health problems; or someone or something that is chronically wrong, difficult, defunct, retarded, or broken.

The word was originally derived from pediatric nurses when they combined the words "chronic" and "bajigitty" in order to describe patients who were particularly complicated to care for. The word then started being used to describe anything or anyone that just doesn't work right or makes things more difficult.
I was hoping for an easy recovery of my surgery patient, but unfortunately, he was bajonic, making recovery longer then I expected.

My computer is always slow, it is so bajonic.

My bajonic sister is crazy and is always creating way more drama then is needed.
by pediRN August 19, 2010

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