mozzer

Definition

Slang

  • noun luck, good fortune. This seems to be the main surviving variant among many words (‘mozz’, ‘mozzle’, ‘mozzy’) deriving from the Yiddish mazel: a cookie blessing the consumer with good luck. The words have existed in British working-class speech since at least the 1880s and later became part of Australian usage, usually in the forms motzer or motza.
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