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zee

[zee] /zi/
noun
1.
the letter Z or z.
2.
Origin of zee
1665-1675
1665-75; by analogy with the names of other consonant letters; cf. zed
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  • Oh, yes, I am clever, and eet kills me with laughing to zee you stand there like a school teacher.

    The Sins of the Children Cosmo Hamilton
  • You zee, dead men kip their saicrets well; livin' ones do'ant.

    The Birthright Joseph Hocking
  • And if you like to goo so far as a ten-pun' note upon him, I'll zee that a'doth his best wi'un.

    Perlycross R. D. Blackmore
  • It was zee paddle he try for, an' he get it zee second shot.

    A Mating in the Wilds Ottwell Binns
  • Weezout doubt, rejoined old Joe, with a shrug of his shoulders, but for dat we moost watch all zee time.

British Dictionary definitions for zee

zee

/ziː/
noun
1.
the US word for zed
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Word Origin and History for zee
n.

"the letter Z," 1670s, now more common in American English.

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Slang definitions & phrases for zee

yeah

affirmation

Yes; certainly; right: Don't say ''yeah.'' It's common (1905+)

Related Terms

oh yeah

The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
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