An example of zed is the common map book used in London called the A to Z, pronounced a to zed.
Origin of zedMiddle English from Middle French zede from Late Latin zeta from Classical Greek z?ta
Origin of zedMiddle English from Old French zede from Late Latin zēta zeta from Greek; see zeta .
(third-person singular simple present zeds, present participle zedding, simple past and past participle zedded)
From Ancient Greek Î¶á¿†Ï„Î± (zÄ“ta)
zed - Computer Definition
A ZigBee terminal device, such as a sensor, that can perform only a single monitoring or control function. A ZED comprises a low-cost microprocessor, RAM and ROM, a long-life battery, and a low-power radio and controller. A ZED is small enough to be embedded in a light switch, smoke or carbon dioxide detector, thermostat, security sensor, utility meter, or medical sensor. A ZED can communication only with a ZigBee Router (ZR), and not other ZEDs. See also ZigBee and ZR.