How to Pronounce dizzy?

Correct pronunciation for the word "dizzy" is [dˈɪzi], [dˈɪzi], [d_ˈɪ_z_i].

"Dizzy" in context

Dizzy is a term that describes a sensation wherein a person feels as if their head is spinning. It can involve vertigo, lightheadedness, disorientation, nausea, or head-rush. In some cases, dizziness can lead to loss of balance, confusion, or fainting. Dizziness can be caused by anemia, disorders of the inner ear, dehydration, head trauma, heart conditions, low blood sugar, migraine headaches, or medications. In some cases, dizziness can be caused by simply getting up too quickly from a position that may have caused blood to rush away from the brain.

Usage over time for dizzy:

This graph shows how "dizzy" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

5 words made out of letters DIZZY

5 letters

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  • dizy.

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