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as used by David Bowie on Ziggy Stardust, nazz means the hippest, most magnetic of beings. He clearly lifted this term (and many other phrases) from the 50's--60's beat poetry of Richard "Lord" Buckley whose poem The Nazz is a jive iteration about Jesus of Nazareth.
Buckley says in his poem, "Now, The Nazz was the kind of a cat that come on so cool
and so grooovey and so with-it..."
by Nat Lovell March 01, 2004
A term which shot to stardom due to David Bowie's hit track Ziggy Stardust. If something is 'the nazz', it is quite favourable.
"He was the nazz!"
"Man, this shit is the nazz!"
by Dazorig March 24, 2003
A very sexy man, completely devoid of crassness
I've said it before, Johnny, you're the nazz
by Ice Cool Daddi November 09, 2003
means "fool" in the slang invented for A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
by Chris July 13, 2003
1. a nerd who has gotten laid more than twice

dexter boned lisa again, that lucky nazz
by Bipolarbear35 January 18, 2008
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