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AcronymDefinition
DZDozen
DZAlgeria (TLD country abbreviation)
DZDoppelzimmer (German: Double Room)
DZDisease
DZDrop Zone
DZDelta Zeta (sorority)
DZDrizzle (weather)
DZDizygotic
DZDizzy
DZDeutsche Zentral-Genossenschaftsbank (German Bank; was until 2001: DG)
DZDigital Zoom
DZDouble-Zeta
DZDimension Zero (band)
DZDead Zone
DZDanger Zone
DzDouzaine (French: dozen)
DZDemilitarized Zone (usually seen as DMZ)
DZDiscovery Zone
DZDoctor Zhivago (novel, movie)
DZDropping Zone
DZDark Zone
DZDoppelzentner (unit of measure)
DZDefense Zone
DZDyzygotic
DZDenuded Zone
DZDamien Zygote (musician)
DZDonau Zentrum (German: Danube Shopping Center)
DZDarkztar (website)
References in classic literature ?
Gub-Gub was a bit scared, walking on such a narrow bridge at that dizzy height above the river.
I fear thee not,'' replied she; ``thanks to him that reared this dizzy tower so high, that nought could fall from it and live thanks to him, and to the God of Israel
He was dizzy, aching, and felt shaken to pieces when something went off like a thunderclap just behind him.
There was a darkness; then a dizzy, sickening sensation of sight that was not like seeing; I saw a Line that was no Line; Space that was not Space: I was myself, and not myself.
Korak and Akut led her along dizzy ways as they searched for food.
He knew it by every shrinking fibre in his body, he knew it by the sudden dizzy whirling of his brain, at the mere thought of that calamity.
I did not feel dizzy, I suppose I was too excited, and the time seemed ridiculously short till I found myself standing on the window sill and trying to raise up the sash.
He was safely sheltered, and yet he felt dizzy in the midst of the warring of the elements and the dazzling brightness of the lightning.
Also, my head was turning dizzy, and I could have fainted for very weariness.
But his slender limbs tottered with weakness, his little head grew dizzy, and he leaned against the tree of death for support.
The inky ragged wrack, flying before a nor'-west wind, makes you dizzy with its headlong speed that depicts the rush of the invisible air.
My brain grew dizzy with the idea of the frightful risk I had just run, and I involuntarily closed my eyes to shut out the view of the depth beneath me.