Miz (plural Mizzes)
- (US) spoken or dialectal form of Ms
1988, Julius Lester, More tales of Uncle Remus: further adventures of Brer Rabbit, his friends, enemies, and others, ISBN 9780803704206, page 13:
- When he got there, Miz Meadows asked him where was Brer Fox
1995, Virginia Hamilton, “Miz Hattie Gets Some Company”, in Her stories: African American folktales, fairy tales, and true tales, ISBN 9780590473705, Her Animal Tales, page 15:
- Once upon a time, when dogs barked in rhyme, there was Miz Hattie. Miz Hattie lived all alone in the piney woods.
2000, Janice Holt Giles, Hill Man, ISBN 9780813121659, page 159:
- Miz Rowe knew, of course, that Flary was at home, and knew that she was making a hand along with the old man and the boys.