Origin of zedMiddle English from Middle French zede from Late Latin zeta from Classical Greek z?ta
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 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.
- If aliens open a convenient wormhole from Prime to Zed, there had better be a pretty good reason for them to do so.
- At the Agency, Zed talks to you about a current alien threat he would like you to eliminate.
- If it takes ten days to get to Alpha Prime from Beta Zed, it must always take ten days.