How to Pronounce putz?

Correct pronunciation for the word "putz" is [pˈʌts], [pˈʌts], [p_ˈʌ_t_s].

"Putz" in context

Putz is a unique German word with a variety of meanings. In the southern part of Germany, it is commonly used to describe someone who is sluggish and lazy. Similarly, in the northern part of Germany, putz is associated with someone who is overly eager to please and willing to do anything for approval.

In Yiddish, the term putz has another meaning. It can be used to describe someone who is irritating, foolish, or inept. Sometimes this term is also used to describe someone who is clumsy, stupid, or clumsy.

In addition to these regional references, putz is sometimes used as a profanity.

Usage over time for putz:

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

7 words made out of letters PUTZ

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