(n.) Someone deformed by mother's use of drug 'Thalidomide'during pregnancy. 'Thalidomide', also known as 'Neurosedyn' and 'Softenon', was prescribed to pregnant women during the 1950's and 60's as a sleeping pill and to combat morning sickness. Unfortunately, children of women who took the drug were born with all manner of hideous deformities, such as incredibly short arms.
Often pronounced as "Flid
He can't catch the ball. He's such a thalid.