Definitions for zedzɛd
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the letter Z or
* Chiefly Brit..
Origin of zed:
1400–50; late ME < MF zede < L zēta < Gk zêtazeta
Z, z, zee, zed, ezed, izzard(noun)
the 26th letter of the Roman alphabet
"the British call Z zed and the Scots call it ezed but Americans call it zee"; "he doesn't know A from izzard"
Something Z-shaped. Found in compounds such as zed-bar.
To sleep or nap. (Compare zzz, catch some z's.)
To zigzag; to move with sharp alternating turns.
Origin: From ζῆτα
the letter Z; -- called also zee, and formerly izzard
ZeD is a Canadian variety television program and website. The series premiered on CBC Television in March 18, 2002 and ran to 2006. Hosted primarily by Sharon Lewis and Ziya Tong, ZeD publicized creative works from Canada and other countries, including a substantial portion of material created by viewers and new artists. ZeD thus considered itself to be "open-source television." The website claimed thousands of users, and the series, while somewhat obscure, was nominated for several awards and influenced some US television. A music album, ZeD: Live Off The Floor, was also spun off the series.
Translations for zed
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
something built of stone, brick, plaster, wood etc and used to separate off or enclose something
There's a wall at the bottom of the garden: The Great Wall of China; a garden wall.
- جِدار، سورArabic
- muroPortuguese (BR)
- die MauerGerman
- mur; -murDanish
- τοίχος, τείχοςGreek
- muro, tapia, muralla; paredSpanish
- veggur, (varnar)múrIcelandic
- siena, tvoraLithuanian
- siena; mūrisLatvian
- tembok, bentengMalay
- mur, vegg, vollNorwegian
- กำแพง; ผนัง; ฉาก; เครื่องกั้นThai
- 牆Chinese (Trad.)
- bức tườngVietnamese
- 墙Chinese (Simp.)
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