Drunk, at least in Southie.Jonathan E. Dyer
But always as a noun not an adkective. As in "Kid that Kevin's a wicked bazo."
But always as a noun not an adjective. As in "Kid that Kevin's a wicked bazo."
"Bayzo" was a term first used during prohibition to describe someone who drank bay rum, because of its high alcohol content.Bay rum was used as an aftershave, and has that distinctive old school smell.I still get an occasional whiff of it when I go back to the old neighborhood (Rahveeah)
You would never say "....a wicked Bazo", because "wicked" is always an adverb, never an adjective.
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