A glaze is a layer of material melted onto ceramic. Glazing is often seen on decorative pottery and tiles. Glazes are essentially made from sand that melts into glass as it is fired, with other compounds mixed into it to make sure it melts at the right temperature, and others added to change the colour of the glaze.
An animal is grazing when it is eating grass and other plants that grow close to the ground, which is different to browsing. A graze is also an injury where you scrape off some layers of skin, usually by falling over onto a rough surface like asphalt.
A haze is a lot of small particles floating in the air that give the air a slightly opaque effect. When there is a haze in the air you can't see as far as you usually can. Hazes are often made out of suspended dust or smog. Hazes made from water droplets are usually called fog.
You laze around when you are idle and are doing nothing. The cat in the picture is lazing in the sun.
Mayonnaise is a thick, tangy spread made from oil, egg yolk and vinegar or lemon juice with salt added for flavour. Mayonnaise is often used as part of a salad dressing, or as a spread on sandwiches.
A maze is a type of puzzle where you have to find your way from one point to another point through a path that can be hard to work out. Mazes are usually drawn on paper and you find your way through by drawing a line through it with a pencil. The maze in the picture has been grown out of hedges.