The font table shows all of the glyphs present in the font.
For LaTeX to typeset a character in a certain font, it must either be supported directly by the font e.g. the character is
@ and the font contains an
@ symbol. Or, it must be possible to construct the character from characters the font does supply e.g. the character is
ŵ and there's no
ŵ in the font but there is a
w and a
^ accent suitable for combining with the
Unfortunately, neither of these situations applies to
ž. In theory, I guess you could use a rotated
^ accent. However, you would either need to prepare a special virtual font and install it, or you would need to define a suitable command for producing it. The former would be better than the latter, but a lot more work. And neither is likely to give entirely satisfactory results.
Here is a sampler of the non-rotated accent:
I'm not sure this would work terribly well rotated...? When I tried it, it looked almost identical, if not identical, to the non-rotated version so you might as well type