the tendency to change rapidly in mood or temperament
a nontechnical term for multiple personality
split personality n.
See multiple personality.
adjective, Electricity. 1. pertaining to or noting a current in one of two parallel circuits that have a single-phase current source but unequal impedances and that produce currents of different phase. 2. pertaining to or noting a motor or system utilizing a split-phase current.
- Split pin
noun 1. a metal pin made by bending double a wire, often of hemispherical section, so that it can be passed through a hole in a nut, shaft, etc, to secure another part by bending back the ends of the wire
noun 1. a wooden rail split lengthwise from a log and commonly used in rustic rail and post fencing.
- Split renal-function test
split renal-function test n. See differential ureteralcatheterization test.