Definition of quoz in English:

quoz

noun

informal, depreciative, historical
  • An odd or ridiculous person or thing; (treated as plural) people or things of this kind. Also as interjection: expressing incredulity or contempt.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Festival of Momus. Origin uncertain; perhaps a variant of quiz, although the reverse could also be the case, or the two words could be parallel developments from a common (unidentified) source.

Pronunciation

quoz

/kwɒz/