Kufic

[ koo-fik ]
/ ˈku fɪk /

adjective

of or relating to Kufa or its inhabitants.
noting or pertaining to the characters of the Arabic alphabet used in the writing of the original Koran, in the time of Muhammad.

noun

the Kufic alphabet.

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Also Cufic.

Origin of Kufic

First recorded in 1785–95; Kuf(a) + -ic
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Kufic

Cufic

/ (ˈkuːfɪk, ˈkjuː-) /

adjective

of, relating to, or denoting an early form of the Arabic alphabet employed in making copies of the Koran

noun

the script formed by the letters of this alphabet
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