Prefix used to devalue a concept. Used combined with the original word, and often used in rhyme.
ELAINE: Jerry, we're friends! We can't do that, it would ruin our friendship.

JERRY: Oh friendship... friendship, schmendship.


Peter: The Pope says it's wrong to use condoms!

Horny Bob: Oh, Pope schmope, he is a conservative nazi jackass anyway. And by the way, condoms schmondoms! And Religion schmeligion too.
by andy111 August 24, 2006
works well in degraging a name in a simple ryhme..

often used is schm-
"So have you gotten over Robert?"

"Yeaaahh - like, Robert Schmobert!"
by womoma April 16, 2005
prefix to say in front of any word; to degrade in some respect
Schman, Schi schate schou.
by El_Scorcho August 25, 2003
kid: how did you buy that game

friend: sch
by pop eye November 17, 2010
Omnipresent prefix in German. So many words use the sch:schwamm,schere,scherenschnitt,schadenfreude,schule,schultasche,schlampe (don't ask what does this means).
GermanGuy1337:Ich kann schere der scherenschnitt von der schwamm schule schultasche,schlampe,und schadenfreude du.
GermanCritic420:And yes again,that's a literal German phrase!
by NonBad February 25, 2020
a term, used to create good feelings
sch sch sch, let's party!
by Lukas Lechner June 10, 2008