Cufic

• (a.) Of or pertaining to the older characters of the Arabic language.
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Cufic

Cu'fic adjective [ So called from the town of Cufa , in the province of Bagdad.] Of or pertaining to the older characters of the Arabic language. [ Written also Kufic .]
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Cufic

Cufic is a term derived from the town of Cufa or Kufa in the pashalic of Bagdad, and applied to a certain class of Arabic written characters. The Cufic characters were the written characters of the Arabian alphabet in use from about the 6th century of the Christian era until about the llth. They are said to have been invented at Cufa, and were in u...
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