Ź (minuscule: ź) is a letter of the Latin alphabet, formed from Z with the addition of an acute accent. It is used in the Polish and Montenegrin alphabets, and in certain other languages:Slavic languages - usually the palatalized form of /z/
Polish language - [ʑ] (voiced alveolo-palatal fricative)
Montenegrin language - along with the digraph "zj"
In the Belarusian Łacinka for зь /zʲ/
Lower Sorbian language [ʑ]
In the Romanization of Pashto, it is used to represent voiced alveolar affricate (d͡z).
In Emiliano-Romagnolo alphabet, it is used to represent voiced dental fricative [ð]. Depending on the various dialects, the pronunciation can be [ðz], or, under Italian influence, [dz], but the most common pronunciation is [ð].
The HTML codes are:Ź for Ź (upper case)
ź for ź (lower case)
The Unicode codepoints are U+0179 for Ź and U+017A for ź.