# z

 ｚ U+FF5A, ｚ FULLWIDTH LATIN SMALL LETTER Z
 ← ｙ[U+FF59] Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms ｛ →[U+FF5B]

## Translingual English Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia

### Pronunciation

•  IPA (file)

### Letter

z (upper case Z)

1. The twenty-sixth letter of the basic modern Latin alphabet.

#### Symbol English Wikipedia has an article on:
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z

1. (metrology) Symbol for the prefix zepto-.
2. (astronomy) Symbol for the redshift.
3. (mathematics) Used to denote a real variable when x and y are already in use.
$f\left(x,y,z\right)=\sin x+\cos y+\tan z$ 4. (mathematics) Used to denote the third coordinate in three-dimensional Cartesian and cylindrical coordinate systems.
$x^{2}+y^{2}+z^{2}=1$ 5. (mathematics) Used to denote a complex variable.
$\left\Vert z\right\Vert =z\cdot {\bar {z}}$ 6. (statistics) Used to denote a value of a standard normal random variable.
$P[Z>z]=1-P[Z 7. () Quantity along the third axis in a three-dimensional system, vertical when applicable.
8. (chemistry) Symbol for atomic number.
9. (IPA) voiced alveolar fricative

Prefix zepto-

### Gallery

Other representations of Z:

## English

### Pronunciation

Letter name

• (UK) IPA(key): /zɛd/
•  Audio (UK) (file)
• (US) IPA(key): /ziː/
•  Audio (US, California) (file)

Phoneme

### Letter

z (lower case, upper case Z, plural zs or z's)

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

## Azerbaijani

### Letter

z lower case (upper case Z)

1. The thirty-second letter of the Azerbaijani alphabet, written in the Latin script.

## Basque

### Letter

z (lower case, upper case Z)

1. The twenty-seventh letter of the Basque alphabet, called zeta and written in the Latin script.

## Cimbrian

### Alternative forms

• 's (Sette Comuni)

### Article

z

1. (Luserna) the; definite article for two declensions:
1. nominative singular neuter
2. accusative singular neuter