What does the word Futz mean

German dictionary by Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm (¹DWB)

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one with the much more common Fotz, whose o is only a break of the u. that form of futze shows itself in
Mäczel zuo der Fuczen spoke.
But it also appears in Fuczenpart (ring 43ᶜ, 45. 44ᵇ, 18), the name of a farmer, and perhaps also in Füczenswille (ibid. 42ᶜ, 28), a place name, and also wol in the snappy dispatching futze! kill! which the children of the upper Pusterthals call out to each other. Schöpf 163. This dispatch is considered to be a disdainful rejection of an unreasonable demand, the rough bair. yes hundsfotzen! (Schmeller 1, 581. Frommann 5, 408, 53), wetterauisch hondsfotze! d. H. Hundsfotze! Futz can still be heard today in the canton of Sanct Gallen with the meaning cunnus, vulva, and then, as in common life, fotz, for bad whores or as a scolding for a female person in the canton of Lucerne. Stalder 1, 402. has both meanings Moerbeek (1768) 112ᵃ fotz, fotze, futz, and next to that from a man he is a right cunt, an effeminate ridiculous guy, sly worthless person. livland. also fuze next to cunt. Gutzeit 1, 294ᵇ. if in addition to older fute also fûte, d. i. Fauta as the name of the Holla, is found (see above sp. 1062), so next to futze, fuze would also be a fûze, d. i. nhd. fauze, possible. so that would be true if that was out of it. mozza, vulva, borrowed mucze f., vulva (ring 11ᵇ, 1), d. i. mutze, next to it has a form maunz leading to an older mûze with an inserted n:
to the last schryer one: you
Sack (scolding the naked maid who considers herself invisible), cover the patzet mauntzen.
H. Sachs II (1591). 4, 89ᵇ.
Bernd 389ᵃ really also leads, but probably as dialect, muze, hat, mauze as well as with an inserted n coin, and in Bremen-Lower Saxony the hat apparently penetrated from southern Germany means a nosy girl, a frivolous girl, but also a lewd, contemptuous woman . brake. wb. 3, 210. by the way, wetterauisch maunz f., Coitus.s. Fotz, fut, fud.
Reference
German dictionary by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. Lfg. 5 (1872), Vol. IV, I, I (1878), Col. 1102, line 16.

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  • fuszturnier, m. and n.
  • fuszung, f.
  • fuszvolk, n.
  • fuszvolkstumult, m.
  • fuszwache, f.
  • fuszwad, f.
  • fuszwade, f.
  • walk on foot
  • walking, n.
  • walker, m.
  • walking
  • walking, n.
  • walking, f.
  • waving feet
  • foot tub, f.
  • feet warm, adj. of which the adv.
  • feet warm, adv.
  • foot wash, f.
  • washing feet, n.
  • foot washing, f.
  • fuszwasser, n.
  • foot water crockery, n.
  • foot water
  • fuszwate, f.
  • foot change, n.
  • footpath, m.
  • fuszweh, n.
  • foot, n.
  • fuszwerk, n.
  • foot winch, f.
  • foot wink, f.
  • foot between, m.
  • foot wound, f.
  • foot root, f.
  • foot root hell, f.
  • root bones, m.
  • root artery, f.
  • foot warmer, m.
  • foot wash, f.
  • foot cone, m.
  • foot toe, m.
  • toe, f.
  • footmark, n.
  • fuszzeug, m. and n.
  • fuszzierde, f.
  • fuszzipperlein, n.
  • feet inch, m.
  • feet inch, m.
  • fuszzwang, m.
  • feet twinkling, adj.
  • foot doctor, f.
  • fusezbel, n.
  • foot exercise, f.
  • fut, f.
  • futbleuer, m.
  • futburger, m.
  • futbürger, m.
  • fute, f.f.
  • futel, f.f.
  • futelgeld, n.
  • futeln, n.
  • futer, n.
  • futerer, m.
  • futerine, f.
  • feed
  • feed
  • feeding, f.
  • futesel, m.
  • celebrate
  • futhechel, f.
  • futhosen
  • to eat
  • futig, adj.
  • futigel, m.
  • futlappe, m.
  • futlos, adj.
  • futnacket, adj.
  • futnaked, adj.
  • futnarr, m.
  • futneid, m.
  • futility, adj.
  • futnol, m.
  • futuristic, adj.
  • futrasche, f.
  • gone
  • go away, f.
  • go down
  • futschi, m.
  • wasted adj.
  • futt, f.
  • futtel, f.
  • futteler, m.
  • futtelgeld, n.
  • to feed
  • to feed, n.
  • feed, n.
  • case, n.
  • futteralmachen, n.
  • bag maker, m.
  • futteramt, n.
  • forage cultivation, m.
  • forage poor, adj.
  • feed ash, f.
  • fodder
  • futteraschierer, m.
  • lining, f.
  • lining tape, n.
  • feed bank, f.
  • futterbann, m.
  • futterbarn, m.
  • forage production, m.
  • feed requirement, m.
  • need for food, n.
  • feed bag, m.
  • lining plate, n.
  • soil, m.
  • fodder board, f.
  • fodder bean, f.
  • chowder, m.
  • fodder, n.
  • feed cholism, f.
  • lining board, f.
  • chuck damper, m.
  • feed bucket, m.
  • feed disgust, m.
  • futterer, m.
  • fodder pea, f.
  • feed result, n.
  • fodder remembrance, f.
  • forage harvest, f.
  • forage yield, m.
  • lining fascia, n.
  • lining, n.
  • forage fish, m.
  • lining flannel, m.
  • fodder fruit, f.
  • food flag, n.
  • futterfäszlein, n.
  • feeding alley, m.
  • feeder, m.
  • feed money, n.
  • feed mix, n.
  • feed barley, f.
  • fodder frames, n.
  • fodder grain, n.
  • fodder gain, m.
  • fodder plant, n.
  • greedy for food, adj., of which an identical adv.
  • futtergott, m.
  • forage grass, n.
  • fodder pit, f.
  • feeder, m.
  • forage oats, m.
  • fodder-containing, adj.
  • fodder content, f.
  • futterhaufe, m.
  • bird feeder, n.
  • lining shirt, n.
  • millet, m. and f.
  • fetching fodder, n.
  • fodder wood, n.
  • fodder honey, m., also n.
  • lining pants, f.
  • feed not, adj.
  • chucky, adj.
  • feed guild, f.
  • futterjuppe, f.
  • feed chamber, f.
  • futterkamp, ​​m.
  • fodder potato, f.
  • feed box, m.
  • feed box, m.
  • calico, m.
  • feed cone, m.
  • futterkind, n.
  • feed box, f.
  • lining, m.
  • fodder clover, m.
  • chuck blade, f.
  • feeding box, m.
  • feed block, m.
  • futterknecht, m.
  • fodder bone meal, n.
  • fodder cabbage, m.
  • feed colic, f.
  • feed paddock, f.
  • feed basket, m.
  • forage, n.
  • feed force, f.
  • fodderweed, n.
  • futterkrebe, m., also f.
  • manger, f.
  • futterkumme, f.
  • fodder drawer, f.
  • lining leather, n.
  • futterlein, n.
  • lining, n.
  • lining canvas, f.
  • lining, n.
  • feed wages, m., also n.
  • making fodder, n.
  • futtermacher, m.
  • feed magazine, n.
  • fodder corn, m.
  • mallow, f.
  • futtermane, f.
  • lack of feed, m.
  • futtermarschalk, m.
  • feed marshal, m.
  • feed mass, f.
  • lining wall, f.
  • fodder meal, n.
  • feed master, m.
  • futtermeisterlen
  • feed amount, f.
  • feed knife, n.
  • fodder cutters, f.
  • feed mix, f.
  • feed, n.
  • feed-moderately, adj.
  • feed
  • feed
  • feed, n.
  • food envy, m.
  • jealous of food
  • food net, n.
  • futternoth, f.
  • lining fur, m.
  • fodder plant, f.
  • feeding place, m.
  • feed price, m.
  • feed frame, m.
  • chuck frame, m.
  • feed ration, f.
  • feed rack, f.
  • forage right, adj.
  • forage rake, f.
  • fodder roll, adj.
  • deer, f.
  • rich in food, adj.
  • forage abundance, m.
  • forage rye, m.
  • forage rye, m.
  • feed tube, f.
  • fodder beet, f.
  • feed bag, m.
  • feed collector, m.
  • fodder collection, f.
  • feed loop, f.
  • chuck cutter, f.
  • chuck cutter, m.
  • forage cutting machine, f.
  • feed barn, m.
  • food writer, m.
  • forage meal, n., also m.
  • fodder meal mill, f.
  • chuck swing, f.
  • fodder pouring, n.
  • feed sieve, n.
  • fodder chaff, f.
  • forage ramming iron, n.
  • futterstein, m.
  • feed prick, adj.
  • feed stick, m.
  • lining, m.
  • lining rope, m.
  • forage straw, n.
  • feed level, f.
  • feeding place, f.
  • futterstöszer, m.
  • foraging, f.
  • lining taffeta, m.
  • feeds, m.
  • feed plate, m.
  • futtertenn, n.
  • futtertrespe, f.
  • feeding trough, m.
  • lining cloth, n.
  • feeding, f.
  • fodder supply, m.
  • futterwaare, f.
  • lining wax, m.
  • forage hip, m.
  • forage whale, m.
  • lining wall, f.
  • feed pan, f.
  • feed trough, adj.
  • fodder pasture, f.
  • chuck shaft, f.
  • chuck, n.
  • futterwerth, m.
  • vetch, f.
  • futterwiese, f.
  • feeding time, f.
  • fodder, m. and n.
  • feed allowance, f.
  • futterälchen, n.
  • futthechel, f.
  • futthose
  • feed
  • chunky, adj.
  • futtigel, m.
  • futtin, f.
  • futtnacket, adj.
  • food fool, m.
  • futtneid, m.
  • cheeky, adj.
  • foolish, adj.
  • futtrig, adj.
  • futum
  • futuz, f.?
  • futz, f.
  • futze, f.
  • futzenhut, m.
  • cute, adj.
  • pointed, adj.
  • fux, m.
  • fuxing
  • fuxer, m.
  • fuy, interj.
  • fuzerli, n.
  • fy
  • fyfel, f.
  • physically, adv.
  • fysts
  • fáulènz, m.
  • lounge around
  • fan
  • fan, m.n.
  • fan
  • subjects, m.
  • fächeraloe, f.
  • fan tree, m.
  • fan leaf, n.
  • fan, n.
  • fan fold, f.
  • fan butterfly, m.
  • fan fern, m.
  • sailfish, m.
  • fan-shaped
  • fanned out
  • fan maker, m.
  • fan out
  • fan palm, f.
  • fan flap, m.
  • fan sponge, m.
  • fan tail, m.
  • fan game, n.
  • fan stick, m.
  • fan carrier, f.
  • fan wind, m.
  • flat
  • fan, m.n.
  • fan, n.
  • fächs, m.
  • fachs
  • fan, m.
  • fan out
  • fan
  • fan, n.
  • fan out
  • fäcke, m.
  • fackle
  • fäcken, m.
  • thread, n.
  • fädelein, n.
  • thread herb, n.
  • thread
  • thread
  • thready
  • fädemle, n.
  • thread, n.
  • thread, n.
  • thready
  • fade
  • fädlein, n.
  • thread
  • filamentous
  • capable
  • fah, f.
  • fah, f.
  • be able to
  • able to
  • ability, f.
  • flag, n.
  • flag leader, m.
  • able, n.
  • agendelstange, f.
  • able-bodied, m.
  • flag, n.
  • fähnleinwache, f.
  • by flag
  • ensign, m.
  • ferry stand, m.
  • dangerous, f.
  • endanger
  • ferry, f.
  • Fare, n.
  • ferry justice, f.
  • able
  • ferry boat, m.
  • ferryman, m.
  • ferrymen
  • dangerous
  • dangerous, adv.
  • dangerous mashes
  • dangerousness, f.
  • ferry wages, m. and n.
  • ferryman, m.
  • ferry master, m.
  • ferry lease, m.
  • ferry schedule, m.
  • ferry leaseholder, m.
  • ferry treasure, m.
  • ferry, n.
  • ferry rope, n.
  • ferry rod, f.
  • tracked, f.
  • track loud
  • safe to drive
  • ferry customs, m.
  • fall
  • fälbein, n.
  • falsify
  • fake
  • falsers
  • fälkchen, n.
  • fälklein, n.
  • felling shop, m.
  • precipitable
  • payability, f.
  • fall, n.
  • fall, n.
  • cases, m.
  • felling
  • to fall, n.
  • due
  • precipitant, n.
  • fell silver, n.
  • felling site, f.
  • precipitation, f.
  • precipitant, n.
  • fall time, f.
  • counterfeiters, m.
  • fake
  • counterfeit
  • forger, m.
  • forger, f.
  • wrongly, adv.
  • false
  • forgery, f.
  • wrinkles, n.
  • wrinkle
  • falterle, n.
  • falterlein, n.
  • pelt
  • to fame
  • fändlein, n.
  • fändrich, m.
  • catch, m.
  • catcher
  • catcher, m.
  • catching, f.
  • catcher, f.
  • catchy, adj. and adv.
  • prison, f.
  • fool
  • to fank
  • fancier, m.
  • fäntchen, n.
  • fäntlein, n.
  • fänzelein, n.
  • fancy
  • color, f.
  • dye broth, f.
  • color book, n.
  • colourfast
  • dye thistle, f.
  • dye thorn, m.
  • colored braid, f.
  • dyeing device, n.
  • color gorse, m.
  • dye house, n.
  • stained wood, n.
  • dye kettle, m.
  • dye herb, n.
  • färbekufe, f.
  • color art, f.
  • dye, n.
  • color theory, f.
  • color
  • dyestuff, n.
  • to dye
  • dye plant, f.
  • dyer, m.
  • färberbaum, m.
  • blueberry, f.
  • dye flower, f.
  • safflower, f.
  • dyeing, f.
  • dyeing areas, f.
  • dye color, f.
  • lichen, f.
  • dyed icecream, f.
  • journeyman dyer, m.
  • dyer's gorse, m.
  • dye grass, n.
  • dyer, f.
  • dyer boy, m.
  • dyer servant, m.
  • färberkorn, n.
  • dye herb, n.
  • blue mulberry tree, m.
  • coloring mite, f.
  • dyer's tongue, f.
  • dyer's horse, n.
  • dyed pork, f.
  • färberröthe, f.
  • färbererscharte, f.
  • dyer forest master, m.
  • färberwau, m.
  • dye root, f.
  • coloring creatures, n.
  • coloring time, f.
  • dye house, n.
  • dyed, n.
  • dyestuff, m.
  • Coloring addiction, f.
  • coloring, f.
  • färge, m.
  • färger, m.
  • färggeld, n.
  • färklein, n.
  • färlein, n.
  • heifer, f.
  • heifer calf, n.
  • fäschen, n.
  • fäsel, f.
  • fäselein, n.
  • rattle
  • fäsemle, n.
  • milling
  • fuzz, n.
  • fibrous
  • faserle, n.
  • faserlein, n.
  • beefy
  • beefish
  • barrels, n.
  • casks
  • casually
  • facet, n.
  • barrel steel, m.
  • fäszlein, n.
  • sensible
  • ready
  • fake, f.
  • fake, f.
  • fätschel, m.
  • fondle
  • fake
  • fake
  • fetch
  • fätzer, m.
  • fätzlein, n.
  • fäuk, m.
  • fool
  • rot, f.
  • rot, f.
  • rot
  • rot
  • putrid
  • rottenness, f.
  • rotten, m.
  • putrid
  • putrefaction, f.
  • putrefactive haze, m.
  • rot-destroying
  • putrefaction, f.
  • rotting mos, n.
  • to rot
  • fäunchen, n.
  • fawn, m.
  • rubbish
  • fäusi, m.
  • fist, n.
  • fäustel, m.
  • fiddling
  • fists
  • fisting, f.
  • fisted
  • fistiness, f.
  • fäustlein, n.
  • mitten, m.
  • födder
  • beneficial
  • beneficial
  • födel, n.
  • federation
  • promote
  • hair dryer, m., f.
  • blow dry
  • hair dryer
  • föhre, f.
  • föhre, f.
  • pine
  • tufts of pine
  • pine wood, n.
  • pine forest, m.
  • succinct
  • hairdryer
  • hair dryer, m., f.
  • to peck