(noun) The 26thletter of the modernEnglishalphabet.
(noun)Any of the speechsoundsrepresented by the letterz.
(noun) The 26thin a series.
(noun)Somethingshapedlike the letterZ.
(noun) the 26th and last letter and the 20th consonant of the modern English alphabet
(noun) a speech sound represented by this letter, in English usually a voiced alveolar fricative, as in zip
(noun) something shaped like a Z
(noun) (in combination)
Use "z" in a sentence
"For example, all pronouns like first person *zō violate markedness because plain *z is so rare in his convoluted phonology while palatal *ź is used to explain almost everything see his list of 'z words' here where his diacritic bias is self-evident."
"Let x, y, z, and t denote the coordinates and syn - chronized clock times used by E in his spaceship refer - ence frame S; and let x′, y′, z′, and t′ denote the corre - sponding quantities used by E′ in S′."
"Z-- z-- z-- z! as I ducked to the saddle-bow, and something scraped across my back with a sound as of rending garments."