Yes, this is a fairly common word, and most native native speakers have no trouble learning how to pronounce it. If you're an English language learner, however, the double consonants in this Middle-English word can certainly trip you up and make you think that it's pronounced "SKIss-ors" (when we know it's actually pronounced "sizzors"). Not to mention that it ends in an "s," which typically refers to a plural and is called a "pair," even though it's a single instrument. Confused yet?. - source
Note : Primary stress at s.
Definition : an edge tool having two crossed pivoting blades