An "add on" to any word to add pizazz. Also see melon and palooza
John: Dude, lets go swimming!
Dude: Alrightyizzle. I would love to swizzle with yizzle in the pizzle.

John: What?
by Giannizzle Baudizzle September 11, 2010
Despite what is written elsewhere, the use of "izzle" as the completion of a word appears, at least in popular music, well before Snoop Dogg. Frankie Smith's "Double Dutch Bus" prominently features this linguistic trick in 1981. What follows as an example is not written by me, but by another writer whose explanation and analysis appears elsewhere.
Concerning the use of izzle, there seem to be two legitimate ways of speaking like this - adding 'ilz,' adding 'izz,' or adding izzle after the first consonant or diphthong, as in nizzle. You can actually hear it both ways clearly on the CD. The girls/kids seems to add the 'L' while the guy doesn't always. Furthermore, on the next song on the CD, "Swing Thing," Frankie explains how to talk this way, and he uses 'izz' in the explanation. Hence "Swizzang Thizzang." I will use the 'L.'

OK, back to business...Here we go!

-Hillzey gilzirls, yilzall hilzave t' milzove illzout the wizay silzo the gilzuys can plilzay bilzasket bilzall (Hey girls! You have t' move out the way so the guys can play basketball)

-I say whilzat? Nilzo yilzou ilzain't (I Say what? No you ain't)

-Yilzall bilzetter milzove! (Y'all better move!)

-I say wilzat? Wilze ilzain't milzoving (I say what? We ain't moving)

Shilzu-gilzar! Wilzy nilzot, bilzaby? (Sugar! Why not, baby?)

Wilze ilzare plilzayin' dilzouble dilzutch! Dilzouble dilzutch. Dilzouble dilzutch. (repeat)

(We are playin' double dutch, double dutch, double dutch (repeat))

-Milzee gilzot silzome-bilzody plilzays dilzouble dilzutch (Me got somebody plays double dutch)

-Whilzo? (Who?)

-My gilzirl! (My girl)

-Brilzing her ilzin! (Bring her in!)

-Ilzo kilzay! (OK)

-Ilzall rilzight (All right)

-Ilzo kilzay (OK)

-Ilzall rilzight! Nilzow wilze wilzill silzee!
by Hollalee June 19, 2010
suffix (formal)- More commonly used to show sincerity, politeness, and respect; used politically correct ("P.C.") in ignant situations.
Excuse me my nizzle, could please pass the salt?
by Romeo! June 07, 2009
Word invented by Snoop Dogg but stolen by white people so black people can't use it anymore.
White Guy #1: What's up my pizzle!
White Guy #2: Just chillin' dawg.
White Guy #1: What's up nizzle nigga.
Black Guy: I'm gonna have to ice this bitch.
by Joe the Hoe. October 13, 2008
Izzle was not a word until of course Snoop Dogg created/used it in one of his Rhymes in the early to mid 90's & simply it's a word that you would use if you want to sound THUG or GANGSTA by adding it to the end of various other words
Fo Sizzle MAH NIZZLE! or (for sure my nigga)

DON! chu brizzle the glass vazzizzle mah wizzle! or (don't you break my glass Vase my white boy who thinks he's gangsta!)

just various other words with The first letter taken from it & add 'Izzle' to it.
by Jer-Hey!!! October 31, 2008
A suffix commonly and rightly used among white people without blacks present to make inadvertent fun of ebonics and to emphasize the ridiculousness of lack of trying in life, ghetto talk, and an overall resistence to education
me: hey Bob, let's get some drinks later huh?

you: for sh-izzle, I will meet you there at 6.

me: Cut out that -izzle shit! YOu actually tried hard in life didn't you?

you: You don't even get the joke! YOu can't even tell when I am poking fun at their kind!

by sneekix November 24, 2006 comes from prison slang. Dropping portions of words and adding "izzle" to the end of words was meant as a "language" to confuse the correctional officers.
yizzle=yard or feminizzle=femme
by DayZ May 20, 2005
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