Z Definition

noun
The twenty-sixth and last letter of the English alphabet: via Latin from the Greek zeta.
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Any of the speech sounds that this letter represents, as, in English, the (z) of zone.
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A type or impression for z or Z.
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The 26th in a series.
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The twenty-sixth in a sequence or group.
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Synonyms:
omegaizzardezedzedzeez
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adjective
Of z or Z.
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Twenty-sixth in a sequence or group.
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Shaped like Z.
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abbreviation
Zenith distance.
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Zepto-
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Zero.
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Zone.
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Zenith distance.
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symbol
Atomic number.
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Impedance.
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(computing) The ASCII control character substitute in caret notation.

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letter

The twenty-sixth letter of the English alphabet, called zed or zee and written in the Latin script.

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suffix
(urban slang) Used as a substitute for -s in marking the plural of nouns. Usually used in words in which the -s suffix is actually pronounced "z".
Boyz are always trouble.
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(urban slang) Used as a substitute for -s in marking verb inflections.
He lovez me.
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prefix

(computer graphics) Z-axis.

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other
One of the two letters, along with Q, that traditionally did not appear on a telephone dial or keypad.The thought was that Z could be confused with 2 and that Q could be confused with O. Z now appears with W, X, and Y on number 9. Alphanumeric dialing was, and remains, a North American practice. Telephones in most other countries do not sport letters.
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The symbol for impedance. See impedance.

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The symbol for Zulu time. See Zulu time.

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Zetta sextillion (10 21 ), or 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000. See ZB.

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