WUZZLE

Etymology 1

Arbitrary coinage, said to have been first used by WE Schevill of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

Noun

wuzzle (plural wuzzles)

A group social-sexual interaction among certain species of dolphin.

Verb

wuzzle (third-person singular simple present wuzzles, present participle wuzzling, simple past and past participle wuzzled)

(intransitive) To take part in such an interaction.

Etymology 2

Verb

wuzzle (third-person singular simple present wuzzles, present participle wuzzling, simple past and past participle wuzzled)

(transitive, US, dialect, dated) To jumble or confuse.

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