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Definition of a hizzouse

hizzouse

noun

  • house. Origin: house + izz; based on nonsense word system devised by Funk Musician Frankie Smith and popularized by Snoop Dogg.
    I'm in da hizzouse!

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Robbie G. from Stroud, Hampshire, UK on Feb 13 2006.

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