An infix that was originally used to sanitize words so they could be played on the radio. You can say (1b) on the radio, but not (1a). It is inserted into any word immediately after a syllable-initial consonant (1), or in mono-syllabic vowel-initial word, at the beginning of the word (2). This infix contributes no meaning to the word, but is a part of a series of hip-hop word games, starting with -iz- and developing to include -izz and -izzle which truncate the remaining part of the word.
(1a) f**k the bit*h with a jackhammer
(1b) fizzuck the bizzitch with a jizzackhizzammer
(2a) H to the O, V to the A (from the Jay-Z song 'HOVA')
(2b) H to the Izzo, V to Izza (/Izzey/)
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