See also: Appendix:Variations of "z"
|Unicode name||GREEK SMALL LETTER ZETA|
|Unicode block||Greek and Coptic|
- Lower-case zeta, the seventh letter of the ancient Greek alphabet. Its name was ζῆτα. The sound it represented is disputed, some claim it was /zd/, others claim it was /dz/. It is preceded by ϝ and followed by η.
- Lower-case zeta, the sixth letter of the modern Greek alphabet. Its name is ζήτα and it represents a voiced alveolar fricative: /z/. It is preceded by ε and followed by η.