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  1. Because Arabic script is used to write other texts rather than Koran only, rendering lām + lām + hā’ as the previous ligature is considered faulty. This simplified style is often preferred for clarity, especially in non-Arabic languages, but may not be considered appropriate in situations where a more elaborate style of calligraphy is ...

  2. In the languages Amharic and Tigrinya, the script is often called fidäl (ፊደል), meaning “script” or “letter”. Under the Unicode Standard and ISO 15924, it is defined as Ethiopic text. The Geʽez script has been adapted to write other languages, mostly Ethiosemitic, particularly Amharic in Ethiopia, and Tigrinya in both Eritrea and ...