Huzz vs Fuzz - What's the difference?

huzz | fuzz |

As verbs the difference between huzz and fuzz

is that huzz is (obsolete|intransitive) to buzz; to murmur while fuzz is to make fuzzy.

As a noun fuzz is

a frizzy mass of hair or fibre or fuzz can be the police.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?




  • (obsolete) To buzz; to murmur.
  • Huzzing and burring in the preacher's ear. — Latimer.
    (Webster 1913)



    (wikipedia fuzz)

    Etymology 1

    * Some dictionaries suggest a Germanic source * Some dictionaries suggest a


  • A frizzy mass of hair or fibre.
  • * 1895 , Hamlin Garland, Rose of Dutcher's Coolly , page 352:
  • His cheeks were like peaches, with much the same sort of fuzz over them.
  • A blurred image.
  • (computing) The random data used in fuzz testing.
  • (obsolete) A state of befuddlement.
  • * 1784 , Jonathan Swift, "Journal to Stella", The works of the Rev. Dr. Jonathan Swift , page 54:
  • I think I'm in a fuzz , and don't know what I ?ay, I never ?aw the like.


  • To make fuzzy.
  • To become fuzzy.
  • (dated) To make drunk.
  • (Wood)

    Etymology 2



  • The police.
  • * 2009 , , 0:26:17:
  • Let's get the hell out of here before the fuzz turns up