Pronunciation: (mu-zooz'u; Seph. Heb.mu-zOO-zä'; Ashk. Heb.mu-zoo'zu),[key] —n., —pl.-zu•zoth, -zu•zot, -zu•zosPronunciation: ( Seph. Heb.-zOO-zôt'; Ashk. Heb.-zoo'zōs);[key]Eng.-zu•zahs.Judaism. a parchment scroll inscribed on one side with the Biblical passages Deut. 6:4–9 and 11:13–21 and on the other side with the word Shaddai (a name applied to God), inserted in a small case or tube so that Shaddai is visible through an aperture in front, and attached by some Jews to the doorpost of the home. Also,me•zu'za.