MEANING: verb intr.
1. To waste time or to idle.
2. To meddle or fiddle with something.

ETYMOLOGY: Perhaps from Yiddish arumfartsn (to fart around), from arum- (around) + fartsn (to fart). Earliest documented use: 1932.

FFUTZ - Those are very noisy potato chips!

HUT Z - where the Enigma codebreakers went to take a short nap when they were so tired they fell asleep at their tables

FUTV - call letters of the television station staffed by Communications majors at Fordham University