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Definition of -izn-

-izn-

  • A sylable inserted into the middle of an ordinary word to make it "gangsta" (gangster) slang, or an existing slang word to make it even more gangsta. Also iz.
    I tr-izn-iple d-iz-og dare you! (I tripple dog dare you!)

    Last edited on Jan 20 2002. Submitted by Dan from CA, USA on Jan 20 2002.

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