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Definition of -izzle


  • A suffix added onto the first sound in a word. The word "sure" becomes "shizzle" by adding -izzle to the sound "sh." "Book" can become "bizzle", "fork" becomes "fizzle" etc. This slang most likely originates with hip-hop artist Snoop Dogg.
    Speaker: You wanna go to the store?

    Response: Shizzle.

    Last edited on Nov 05 2001. Submitted by Philippe B. from Flagstaff, AZ, USA on Nov 05 2001.

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