Origin of yutzfrom Yiddish
When it comes to feeding the dog, this boy has been a yutz.
The definition of a yutz is Yiddish for someone who is believed to be foolish or useless.
An example of a yutz is a child that is not very good at doing his chores.
A foolish, annoying, or socially inept person.
Origin of yutzPossibly alteration of putz ( perhaps influenced by Yiddish yold fool ) ( yat fellow, guy ) ( or yentsen to have sexual intercourse )