MEANING: verb intr.: To make a sizzling or sputtering noise.
verb tr.: To fry until crisp or curled.

verb intr.: To form into small tight curls; to frizz.
noun: A short curl.

ETYMOLOGY: For group 1: A blend of fry + sizzle. Earliest documented use: 1839.
For group 2: Of unknown origin, perhaps from Old English fris (curled). Earliest documented use: 1565.

FRIZZLEE - the recipient of being crisped and curled (think "bacon")

GRIZZLE - to render streaked with grey, aged, weathered, and slightly unkempt

FRIZZLET - a young frizz