(third-person singular simple present bazes, present participle bazing, simple past and past participle bazed)
Origin uncertain, but apparently identical with Dutch bazen, verbazen (“to astonish, stupefy”), obsolete German basen (“to rave”). Compare also Scots baise (“confusion, bewilderment”).
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