"BINary ZERo" - abbreviation as used initially by (1970's and later) IBM S/3x0 mainframe programmers.
1 : a binary digit of the value '0';
2 : a byte in which all bits are zero; eight consecutive binary digits of the value '00000000' (hexadecimal '00');
3 : the lowest value in a computer collating sequence; NUL.
plural -s :
4: containing multiple (usu. consecutive) bits of the value zero, or bytes in which all bits are zero.
transitive verb :
5: to change the value of bits or byte(s) to binary zero.
<A binzer flag bit equates to OFF.>
<The last record is binzers.>
<Binzer your flag fields when you define your constants.>