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Maghrebi (or Maghribi) script (Arabic: الخط المغربي‎) refers to a loosely related family of Arabic scripts that developed in the Maghreb (North Africa), al-Andalus (Iberia), and Biled as-Sudan (the West African Sahel). Maghrebi script is influenced by Kufic letters, and is traditionally written with a pointed tip (القلم المذبب), producing a line of even thickness. For centuries, Maghrebi script was used to write Arabic manuscripts and record and Moroccan literature, whether in Standard Arabic, Maghrebi Arabic, or Amazigh languages.

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  • خط مغربي
  • Maghrebinische Schrift
  • Maghrebi script
  • Écriture maghrébine
  • Pismo maghrebskie
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  • الخط المغربي يشير إلى المجموعة من الخطوط العربية المترابطة التي تطورت في بلاد المغرب (شمال إفريقيا) والأندلس (شبه الجزيرة الإيبيربية) وغرب بلاد السودان (منطقة الساحل). ينحدر الخط المغربي من بالخط الكوفي، ويكتب بقلم مذبب، ما يخلق خطا متزنا، ويستعمل في أعمال النساخة والتدوين والزخرفة.
  • Die Maghrebinische Schrift – der Maghribi-Duktus – (arabisch الخط المغربي, DMG al-ḫaṭṭ al-maġribī) ist eine elegante arabische Buchschriftart, welche ab dem 10. Jahrhundert im Maghreb (Nordwestafrika) sowie in al-Andalus (Iberische Halbinsel) verwendet wurde. Als Schreibmaterial dominierte lange Zeit Pergament; Maghribi-Korane sind meist relativ klein und quadratisch.
  • L’écriture maghrébine, maghribi ou maghrebi, est un ensemble de styles calligraphiques de l’écriture arabe développée à partir du xe siècle dans l’Occident musulman, c’est-à-dire au Maghreb et en Espagne. Les différents styles maghribi varient dans la hauteur et les formes anguleuses mais ont en commun les larges courbes et un trait gracile avec peu de contraste entre de plein et délié.
  • Pismo maghrebi – kursywna forma alfabetu arabskiego powstała pod silnym wpływem pisma kufickiego, używana w krajach Maghrebu (północno-zachodnia Afryka) oraz w średniowiecznej Andaluzji. Posiada kilka odmian.
  • Maghrebi (or Maghribi) script (Arabic: الخط المغربي‎) refers to a loosely related family of Arabic scripts that developed in the Maghreb (North Africa), al-Andalus (Iberia), and Biled as-Sudan (the West African Sahel). Maghrebi script is influenced by Kufic letters, and is traditionally written with a pointed tip (القلم المذبب), producing a line of even thickness. For centuries, Maghrebi script was used to write Arabic manuscripts and record and Moroccan literature, whether in Standard Arabic, Maghrebi Arabic, or Amazigh languages.
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