Origin of schmoozewestern Yiddish shmuzn, variant, variety of Yiddish shmuesn ; from shmues, a chat, literally , rumors, gossip, plural of shmue ; from Classical Hebrew (language) shemua, rumor, news ; from shama, to hear
or schmoose also shmooze Slang
verbschmoozed, schmooz·ing, schmooz·es or schmoosed or schmoos·ing or schmoos·es also shmoozed or shmooz·ing or shmooz·es
Origin of schmoozeYiddish shmuesn, possibly from shmues, a chat, pl. of shmue, rumor, Hebrew š&schwa;mû‘â, rumor; see šm&ayin; in Semitic roots.
(third-person singular simple present schmoozes, present participle schmoozing, simple past and past participle schmoozed)
From Yiddish ×©×ž×•×¢×¡ (shmues).