Bottom row keys
The bottom row keys are the ten keys found below the home row keys on a QWERTY US keyboard. The bottom row keys include the Z, X, C, V, and B keys for the left hand and N, M, comma, period, and forward slash keys for the right hand.
In the picture above, the hands are positioned on the home row keys, and the bottom row keys are below the home row keys. With a Dvorak keyboard, the top row keys are Q, J, K, and X keys with the left hand, and B, M, W, V, and Z keys with the right hand.
What are all of the keys on the bottom row of the keyboard?
If you go from the left side of the keyboard to the right side of the keyboard, the bottom row has the following keys.
- Left Shift key
- On a Qwerty keyboard the letter keys Z, X, C, V, B, N, and M
- Less than (<) and comma (,) key
- Greater than (>) and period (.) key
- Question mark (?) and forward slash (/) key
- Right Shift key
What are the rows above and below the bottom row keys?
Some may refer to the row with the spacebar as the bottom row because it's the closest row to the bottom. However, we define the row with the spacebar as the spacebar row.
What words are formed using the bottom row letters?
There are no words formed using only the letters on the bottom row. However, using some of the other rows, you could form the following words.
Bottom row letter word examples
- Z - zero zebra zigzag zipper zoo
- X - xenops xerox xiphias
- C - crony coal code cola
- V - vacuum vest violin volcano vote vowel
- B - balloon bee bird broom butterfly
- N - navigation net nine number
- M - mitten moon mouse