noun Chiefly British.
Origin of zed
Definition for zed (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for zed
I never spoke of Zed again—especially not to Lil, who hardly needed me to pollute her with remembrances of my crazy exes.
I called it "zed," but the editor said it was "zee," and I did not argue the point.The Book of the Bush|George Dunderdale
It seemed to meak me veel merryish, an' I zed, "What's to pay, young 'ooman?"A Cotswold Village|J. Arthur Gibbs
Zed, zed, n. the letter Z, also called zee and izzard: a bar of metal of form similar to the letter Z.
Fifty years later, I was dating Lil, another redhead, but Zed was my first.