to frighten or cause hesitation; to daunt
- Danish: skræmme
Usage notesCitations for faze in the OED start in 1830; usage was established by 1890.
The word phase is sometimes used incorrectly for faze; such notables as the New York Times and Mark Twain have made this error. This sometimes leads to the supposition that faze is an uneducated spelling of phase; they are distinct terms.
Faze means to frighten or cause hesitation. Faze may also refer to: