from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • proper n. A diminutive of the female given name Sharon.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • WPC Sharon "Shaz" Granger is presumably acquainted with Boy George, as she frequents the club and considers some of the Blitz regulars to be her best friends.


  • The most remarkable thing - be it Goole or anywhere else in England - is that 'Shaz' (whever he or she may be) appears not to have signed the grey water tower with his/her name, using the obligatory Halfords U-Spray-They-Pay black aerosol.

    Cool Goole No 2

  • Today, she said she had no memory of Hussain and spent the moments before the blast talking to ''Shaz'' about what they thought was a power surge on the Underground that morning. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • But the election setting gave the writers the opportunity to make some cheeky political points too such as Shaz's claim that "Labour ... [would] never get into a pointless senseless war."

    Inside TV Blog

  • Shaz Morgan and I could not have clashed more,” George began.

    Sabotage Surrender

  • This was intriguing—the first of three suspects, Shaz Morgan.

    Sabotage Surrender

  • Shaz is pretty much a tomboy, as you would expect a tomboy to be—not so into a girly appearance as you, Bess.”

    Sabotage Surrender

  • Shaz and Aly have a rivalry that runs deeper than anyone knows.

    Sabotage Surrender

  • I wondered to myself just how much, exactly, Shaz knew about the outcome of the Scholarship Award ceremony.

    Sabotage Surrender

  • Everyone left talking about Shaz Morgan and the speech she gave about her pursuit and investment in the advancement of medical research and practicality.

    Sabotage Surrender


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.