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Buzz

[buhz]

A buzz can be a rapidly oscillating two-tone noise caused by vibration or other source, such as that produced by bees or wasps. It can also refer to a generally excited hubbub, or background noise - i.e. a crowd at a sports event can "buzz."

Buzz may also refer to:

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Other:

  • Buzz (airline), a discount airline formerly operating in Europe
  • Buzz cut, American name for a type of haircut where the hair is sheared very closely to the scalp
  • Buzz number, letter and number combination applied to U.S. Air Force aircraft after World War II
  • Bizz buzz, a group word game
  • Salt Lake Buzz, former name of the Salt Lake Bees minor league baseball team

Buzz may also be:

People with the name Buzz:

  • Buzz Aldrin (born 1930), American pilot and astronaut, second person to set foot on the Moon
  • George Beurling (1921–1948), Canadian World War II fighter pilot nicknamed "Buzz"
  • Buzz Hargrove (born 1944), National President of the Canadian Auto Workers trade union
  • Buzz Kilman, Chicago radio personality
  • Buzz Osborne (born 1964), guitarist/vocalist/songwriter, founding member of The Melvins
  • J. Buzz Von Ornsteiner (born 1967), American forensic psychologist and journalist
  • Buzz, a host of the American children's television series ZOOM

Fictional characters with the name Buzz:

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