- a male given name, form of Oswald.
Examples from the Web for ozzie
Contemporary Examples of ozzie
It was a remarkable portrait of an American fantasy rooted in Ozzie and Harriet, not history.The Truth About Obama-Era Inequality
December 5, 2013
Rick “Ozzie” Nelson: No, the CIA does not conduct domestic spying or collect intelligence on U.S. citizens.‘Homeland’: Showtime’s Thriller Gets Fact Checked by an Intelligence Expert
October 29, 2012
I do not think Ozzie had any malice toward Cubans specifically in his comments.
I asked them about Ozzie, and their first response was, “Nothing will change.”
Not surprisingly, he has been closely monitoring the controversy over Miami Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen.
Historical Examples of ozzie
“You're a fool as usual, Ozzie B.,” he said, shaking his brother.The Bishop of Cottontown
John Trotwood Moore
Could it be possible that Ozzie was there because Sissie was there?
He only knew that he never overheard other men call him anything but "Ozzie."
Through the little window he saw Sissie dancing with Ozzie Morfey.
"You've got two of the finest ballroom dancers I ever saw," he added to Ozzie.
- Northern English informal a hospital