fuss (n.) Look up fuss at Dictionary.com
"trifling bustle," 1701, originally colloquial, perhaps an alteration of force (n.), or "echoic of the sound of something sputtering or bubbling" [OED], or from Danish fjas "foolery, nonsense." First attested in Anglo-Irish writers, but there are no obvious connections to words in Irish. To make a fuss was earlier to keep a fuss (1726). Fuss and feathers "bustle and display" is from 1861.
fuss (v.) Look up fuss at Dictionary.com
1792, from fuss (n.). Related: Fussed; fussing. Extended form fussify is by 1832.