noun \ˈzed\

: the letter z

Full Definition of ZED

chiefly British
:  the letter z

Origin of ZED

Middle English, from Middle French zede, from Late Latin zeta zeta, from Greek zēta
First Known Use: 13th century

Other Alphabet Terms

cuneiform, linear, minuscule, pictograph, rune, symbology, wedge


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