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Moḍi script


Subject Linguistics

DOI: 10.1111/b.9780631214816.1999.x


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A cursive variety of devanāgarī invented in the seventeenth century ce by a minister of Shivaji, formerly used for recording the Marāṭhī language. It shares with Devanāgarī the horizontal top line which joins the letters, but the vertical line which forms the skeleton component of Devanāgarī graphemes is less consistently developed ( table 19 ). See also indian writing systems . Table 19 The Moḍi syllabic alphabet ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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