a brief sleep; nap; doze
Origin of snooze; from 18th-c. cant ; from uncertain or unknown; perhaps or akin to Low German snusen (Dan snuse), to sniff, snore
to take a brief sleep; nap; doze
intransitive verbsnoozed, snooz·ing, snooz·es
To take a light nap; doze.
A brief light sleep.
Origin of snoozeOrigin unknown.
(third-person singular simple present snoozes, present participle snoozing, simple past and past participle snoozed) (intransitive)