mizmaze


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mizmaze

(ˈmɪzˌmeɪz)
n
a maze or a complex networkthe condition of being puzzled or baffled

Mizmaze

 a labyrinth; a state of confusion—Johnson, 1755.
Examples: mizmaze of glory, 1814; of variety of opinions.
References in classic literature ?
But so cunningly contrived a mizmaze was never seen in the world, before nor since.
It's derived from the Yiddish word mizmaze, Yiddish of course being a Germanic language.
There are many traditional designs with some classic names being Mizmaze,Troy Town,Shepherd's Race and Julian's Bower.