Letter Starting From Z with Meaning English

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Common Letters From Z with Meaning

Word starting from ZMeaning in English
Zachun  An oil pressed by the Arabs from the fruit of a small thorny tree 
Zalambdodont Of or pertaining to a tribe 
Zamang  An immense leguminous tree 
Zamouse n.) A West African buffalo 
Zander n.) A European pike perch 
Zantewood n.) Satinwood 
Zarthe n.) A European bream 
Zati n.) A species of macaque 
Zea n.) A genus of large grasses of which the Indian corn 
Zebrawood n.) A kind of cabinet wood having beautiful black, brown, and whitish stripes, the timber of a tropical American tree 
Zebrawood n.) The wood of a small West Indian myrtaceous tree 
Zebu n.) A bovine mammal 
Zechstein n.) The upper division of the Permian 
Zein n.) A nitrogenous substance of the nature of gluten, obtained from the seeds of Indian corn 
Zemni n.) The blind mole rat 
Zend n.) Properly, the translation and exposition in the Huzv/resh, or literary Pehlevi, language, of the Avesta, the Zoroastrian sacred writings; as commonly used, the language 
Zenick n.) A South African burrowing mammal 
Zeus n.) The chief deity of the Greeks, and ruler of the upper world 
Zibeth n.) A carnivorous mammal 
Zilla n.) A low, thorny, suffrutescent, crucifeous plant 
Zingel n.) A small, edible, freshwater European perch 
Zingiberaceous a.) Of or pertaining to ginger, or to a tribe 
Zinkenite n.) A steel-gray metallic mineral, a sulphide of antimony and lead.
Zinky a.) See Zincky.
Zinnia n.) Any plant of the composite genus Zinnia, Mexican herbs with opposite leaves and large gay-colored blossoms. Zinnia elegans is the commonest species in cultivation.
Zinnwaldite n.) A kind of mica containing lithium, often associated with tin ore.
Zinsang n.) The delundung.
Zinziberaceous a.) Same as Zingiberaceous.
Zion n.) A hill in Jerusalem, which, after the capture of that city by the Israelites, became the royal residence of David and his successors.
Zion n.) Hence, the theocracy, or church of God.
Zion n.) The heavenly Jerusalem; heaven.
Ziphioid n.) See Xiphioid.
Zirco- ) A combining form 
Zircon n.) A mineral occurring in tetragonal crystals, usually of a brown or gray color. It consists of silica and zirconia. A red variety, used as a gem, is called hyacinth. Colorless, pale-yellow or smoky-brown varieties from Ceylon are called jargon.
Zircona n.) Zirconia.
Zirconate n.) A salt of zirconic acid.
Zirconia n.) The oxide of zirconium, obtained as a white powder, and possessing both acid and basic properties. On account of its infusibility, and brilliant luminosity when incandescent, it is used as an ingredient of sticks for the Drummomd light.
Zirconic a.) Pertaining to, containing, or resembling, zirconium; as, zirconic oxide; zirconic compounds.
Zirconium n.) A rare element of the carbon-silicon group, intermediate between the metals and nonmetals, obtained from the mineral zircon as a dark sooty powder, or as a gray metallic crystalline substance. Symbol Zr. Atomic weight, 90.4.
Zircono ) See Zirco-.
Zirconoid n.) A double eight-sided pyramid, a form common with tetragonal crystals; — so called because this form often occurs in crystals of zircon.
Zither n.) An instrument of music used in Austria and Germany. It has from thirty to forty wires strung across a shallow sounding-board, which lies horizontally on a table before the performer, who uses both hands in playing on it. [Not to be confounded with the old lute-shaped cittern, or cithern.]
Zittern n.) See Cittern.
Zizania n.) A genus of grasses including Indian rice. See Indian rice, under Rice.
Zizel n.) The suslik.
Zoanthacea n. pl.) A suborder of Actinaria, including Zoanthus and allied genera, which are permanently attached by their bases.
Zoantharia n. pl.) Same as Anthozoa.
Zoantharian a.) Of or pertaining to the Zoantharia.
Zoantharian n.) One of the Anthozoa.
Zoanthodeme n.) The zooids of a compound anthozoan, collectively.
Zoanthoid a.) Of or pertaining to the Zoanthacea.
Zoanthropy n.) A kind of monomania in which the patient believes himself transformed into one of the lower animals.
Zoanthus n.) A genus of Actinaria, including numerous species, found mostly in tropical seas. The zooids or polyps resemble small, elongated actinias united together at their bases by fleshy stolons, and thus forming extensive groups. The tentacles are small and bright colored.
Zobo n.) A kind of domestic cattle reared in Asia for its flesh and milk. It is supposed to be a hybrid between the zebu and the yak.
Zocle n.) Same as Socle.
Zocco n.) Alt. of Zoccolo
Zoccolo n.) Same as Socle.
Zodiac n.) An imaginary belt in the heavens, 16? or 18? broad, in the middle of which is the ecliptic, or sun’s path. It comprises the twelve constellations, which one constituted, and from which were named, the twelve signs of the zodiac.
Zodiac n.) A figure representing the signs, symbols, and constellations of the zodiac.
Zodiac n.) A girdle; a belt.
Zodiacal a.) Of or pertaining to the zodiac; situated within the zodiac; as, the zodiacal planets.
Zoea n.) A peculiar larval stage of certain decapod Crustacea, especially of crabs and certain Anomura.
Zoetrope n.) An optical toy, in which figures made to revolve on the inside of a cylinder, and viewed through slits in its circumference, appear like a single figure passing through a series of natural motions as if animated or mechanically moved.
Zohar n.) A Jewish cabalistic book attributed by tradition to Rabbi Simon ben Yochi, who lived about the end of the 1st century, a. d. Modern critics believe it to be a compilation of the 13th century.
Zoic a.) Of or pertaining to animals, or animal life.
Zoide n.) See Meride.
Zoilean a.) Having the characteristic of Zoilus, a bitter, envious, unjust critic, who lived about 270 years before Christ.
Zoilism n.) Resemblance to Zoilus in style or manner; carping criticism; detraction.
Zoisite n.) A grayish or whitish mineral occurring in orthorhombic, prismatic crystals, also in columnar masses. It is a silicate of alumina and lime, and is allied to epidote.
Zokor n.) An Asiatic burrowing rodent 
Zomboruk n.) See Zumbooruk.
Zonae pl. ) of Zona
Zona n.) A zone or band; a layer.
Zonal a.) Of or pertaining to a zone; having the form of a zone or zones.
Zonar n.) A belt or girdle which the Christians and Jews of the Levant were obliged to wear to distinguish them from Mohammedans.
Zonaria n. pl.) A division of Mammalia in which the placenta is zonelike.
Zonate a.) Divided by parallel planes; as, zonate tetraspores, found in certain red algae.
Zone n.) A girdle; a cincture.
Zone n.) One of the five great divisions of the earth, with respect to latitude and temperature.
Zone n.) The portion of the surface of a sphere included between two parallel planes; the portion of a surface of revolution included between two planes perpendicular to the axis.
Zone n.) A band or stripe extending around a body.
Zone n.) A band or area of growth encircling anything; as, a zone of evergreens on a mountain; the zone of animal or vegetable life in the ocean around an island or a continent; the Alpine zone, that part of mountains which is above the limit of tree growth.
Zone n.) A series of planes having mutually parallel intersections.
Zone n.) Circuit; circumference.
Zone v. t.) To girdle; to encircle.
Zoned a.) Wearing a zone, or girdle.
Zoned a.) Having zones, or concentric bands; striped.
Zoned a.) Zonate.
Zoneless a.) Not having a zone; ungirded.
Zonnar n.) See Zonar.
Zonular a.) Of or pertaining to a zone; zone-shaped.
Zonule n.) A little zone, or girdle.
Zonulet n.) A zonule.
Zonure n.) Any one of several of South African lizards of the genus Zonura, common in rocky situations.
Zoo- ) A combining form from Gr. zwo^,n an animal, as in zoogenic, zoology, etc.
Zoochemical a.) Pertaining to zoochemistry.
Zoochemistry n.) Animal chemistry; particularly, the description of the chemical compounds entering into the composition of the animal body, in distinction from biochemistry.
Zoochemy n.) Animal chemistry; zoochemistry.
Zoochlorella n.) One of the small green granulelike bodies found in the interior of certain stentors, hydras, and other invertebrates.
Zoocyst n.) A cyst formed by certain Protozoa and unicellular plants which the contents divide into a large number of granules, each of which becomes a germ.
Zoocytia pl. ) of Zoocytium
Zoocytium n.) The common support, often branched, of certain species of social Infusoria.
Zoodendria pl. ) of Zoodendrium
Zoodendrium n.) The branched, and often treelike, support of the colonies of certain Infusoria.
Zooecia pl. ) of Zooecium
Zooecium n.) One of the cells or tubes which inclose the feeling zooids of Bryozoa. See Illust. of Sea Moss.
Zooerythrine n.) A peculiar organic red coloring matter found in the feathers of various birds.
Zoogamous a.) Of or pertaining zoogamy.
Zoogamy n.) The sexual reproduction of animals.
Zoogenic a.) Of or pertaining to zoogeny, animal production.
Zoogeny n.) Alt. of Zoogony
Zoogony n.) The doctrine of the formation of living beings.
Zoogeography n.) The study or description of the geographical distribution of animals.
Zoogeographical a.) Of or pertaining to zoography.
Zoogloea n.) A colony or mass of bacteria imbedded in a viscous gelatinous substance. The zoogloea is characteristic of a transitory stage through which rapidly multiplying bacteria pass in the course of their evolution. Also used adjectively.
Zoographer n.) One who describes animals, their forms and habits.
Zoographic a.) Alt. of Zoographical
Zoographical a.) Of or pertaining to the description of animals.
Zoographist n.) A zoographer.
Zoography n.) A description of animals, their forms and habits.
Zooid a.) Pertaining to, or resembling, an animal.
Zooid n.) An organic body or cell having locomotion, as a spermatic cell or spermatozooid.
Zooid n.) An animal in one of its inferior stages of development, as one of the intermediate forms in alternate generation.
Zooid n.) One of the individual animals in a composite group, as of Anthozoa, Hydroidea, and Bryozoa; — sometimes restricted to those individuals in which the mouth and digestive organs are not developed.
Zooidal a.) Of or pertaining to a zooid; as, a zooidal form.
Zoolatry n.) The worship of animals.
Zoologer n.) A zoologist.
Zoological a.) Of or pertaining to zoology, or the science of animals.
Zoologically adv.) In a zoological manner; according to the principles of zoology.
Zoologist n.) One who is well versed in zoology.
Zoologies pl. ) of Zoology
Zoology n.) That part of biology which relates to the animal kingdom, including the structure, embryology, evolution, classification, habits, and distribution of all animals, both living and extinct.
Zoology n.) A treatise on this science.
Zoomelanin n.) A pigment giving the black color to the feathers of many birds.
Zoomorphic a.) Of or pertaining to zoomorphism.
Zoomorphism n.) The transformation of men into beasts.
Zoomorphism n.) The quality of representing or using animal forms; as, zoomorphism in ornament.
Zoomorphism n.) The representation of God, or of gods, in the form, or with the attributes, of the lower animals.
Zoa pl. ) of Zoon
Zoon n.) An animal which is the sole product of a single egg; — opposed to zooid.
Zoon n.) Any one of the perfectly developed individuals of a compound animal.
Zoonic a.) Of or pertaining to animals; obtained from animal substances.
Zoonite n.) One of the segments of the body of an articulate animal.
Zoonite n.) One of the theoretic transverse divisions of any segmented animal.
Zoonomy n.) The laws of animal life, or the science which treats of the phenomena of animal life, their causes and relations.
Zoonule n.) Same as Zoonite.
Zoopathology n.) Animal pathology.
Zoophaga n. pl.) An artificial group comprising various carnivorous and insectivorous animals.
Zoophagan n.) A animal that feeds on animal food.
Zoophagous a.) Feeding on animals.
Zoophilist n.) A lover of animals.
Zoophily n.) Love of animals.
Zoophite n.) A zoophyte.
Zoophoric a.) Bearing or supporting the figure of an animal; as, a zoophoric column.
Zoophorous n.) The part between the architrave and cornice; the frieze; — so called from the figures of animals carved upon it.
Zoophyta n. pl.) An extensive artificial and heterogeneous group of animals, formerly adopted by many zoologists. It included the c/lenterates, echinoderms, sponges, Bryozoa, Protozoa, etc.
Zoophyte v. i.) Any one of numerous species of invertebrate animals which more or less resemble plants in appearance, or mode of growth, as the corals, gorgonians, sea anemones, hydroids, bryozoans, sponges, etc., especially any of those that form compound colonies having a branched or treelike form, as many corals and hydroids.
Zoophyte v. i.) Any one of the Zoophyta.
Zoophytic a.) Alt. of Zoophytical
Zoophytical a.) Of or pertaining to zoophytes.
Zoophytoid a.) Pertaining to, or resembling, a zoophyte.
Zoophytological a.) Of or pertaining to zoophytology; as, zoophytological observations.
Zoophytology n.) The natural history zoophytes.
Zoopraxiscope n.) An instrument similar to, or the same as, the, the phenakistoscope, by means of which pictures projected upon a screen are made to exhibit the natural movements of animals, and the like.
Zoopsychology n.) Animal psychology.
Zoosporangium n.) A spore, or conceptacle containing zoospores.
Zoospore n.) A spore provided with one or more slender cilia, by the vibration of which it swims in the water. Zoospores are produced by many green, and by some olive-brown, algae. In certain species they are divided into the larger macrozoospores and the smaller microzoospores. Called also sporozoid, and swarmspore.
Zoospore n.) See Swarmspore.
Zoosporic a.) Of or pertaining to zoospores; of the nature of zoospores.
Zootic a.) Containing the remains of organized bodies; — said of rock or soil.
Zootomical a.) Of or pertaining to zootomy.
Zootomist n.) One who dissects animals, or is skilled in zootomy.
Zootomy n.) The dissection or the anatomy of animals; — distinguished from androtomy.
Zootrophic a.) Of or pertaining to the nourishment of animals.
Zoozoo n.) The wood pigeon.
Zope n.) A European fresh-water bream 
Zoroastrianism n.) The religious system of Zoroaster, the legislator and prophet of the ancient Persians, which was the national faith of Persia; mazdeism. The system presupposes a good spirit 
Zygobranchia n. pl.) A division of marine gastropods in which the gills are developed on both sides of the body and the renal organs are also paired. The abalone