The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tuz \Tuz\ (t[u^]z), n. [Cf. W. tusw a wisp, a bunch, tus that
binds or wraps, tusiaw to bind round, to wrap. Cf.
A lock or tuft of hair. [Obs.]
n. (context obsolete English) A lock or tuft of hair.
Tuz is a word of Turkish origin which means "salt". Tuz may refer to:
Usage examples of "tuz".
But once you've gone through Tuz Khurmatoo it's only a couple of miles to the main highway, though it's still another forty-five miles from there, with no other way of crossing the border.
Don't forget it's only another three miles beyond Tuz Khurmatoo to the highway, so the place could be swarming with soldiers.
He had been into Tuz Khurmatoo and he was able to reassure them that the village was going about its business as usual.
Once we're on the other side of Tuz we'll keep out of sight and only continue on to the border after it's dark.
All he asked for was the radio frequency of the jeep that had been in Tuz Khurmatoo earlier that evening.