That was what improved my game, being able to play xu and za.
Each word, from aa to za, gets its own two-page spread with a poem and a pic.
za manimtiltac (Forgive us)na (the)zanayl, (Debts,)quicha (as)na (the)kac (we)apaninitlico (forgive them)na (the)zananaol.
Bonanza, bon-an′za, n. a term common in the Pacific States for a rich mass of gold: any mine of wealth or stroke of luck.
Morbidezza, mor-bi-det′za, n. that quality of flesh-painting which gives the impression of life.
Colza, kol′za, n. a kind of cabbage whose seeds yield oil for lamps.
Cas'par, a man who sold himself to za'miel the Black Huntsman.
The Eastern Slope, from the za´gros mountains eastward to the great desert.
Albert Nyan′za, a lake of Africa, one of the headwaters of the Nile, lying (approximately) between lat.
za tili, (Our father,)mo (thou)quixco (art)neapea(in)limaatnil.
Pizza: Rents are parents. Za is pizza
[1968+ Teenagers; a shortening of pizza]