Urdu is an Indo-Aryan language, the national language of Pakistan and is closely related to and mutually intelligible with Hindi, though a lot of Urdu vocabulary comes from Persian and Arabic, while Hindi contains more vocabulary from Sanskrit. Urdu has been written with a version of the Perso-Arabic script since the 12th century and is normally written in Nastaliq style. The word Urdu is Turkish for 'foreign' or 'horde'.
This is a chart of the Runes and their meanings. I keep a copy of this in my BOS for reference occasionally. Between knowing the Tarot, then the Runes, a witch's brain does tend to get overloaded and need a cheat sheet.
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Tamil Alphabet (Dravidian language spoken mainly in Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka), descended from Brahmi script
The Tibetan alphabet.
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Vietnamese was formerly written using the Chinese writing system with indigenous pronunciation. Currently, the written language uses a Latin based alphabet, quốc ngữ. Originally a Romanization of Vietnamese, it was codified in the 17th century by a Jesuit missionary. Under French colonial rule, the script became official and required for all public documents in 1910 by issue of French decree. By the end of the first half of the 20th century virtually all writings were done in quốc ngữ.
Ancient Scripts: Oriya language script The Oriya script developed from an early form of the Bengali script, which belongs to the Northern group of South Asian scripts. Oriya is used to write the Oriya language, which is spoken in the modern Indian state of Orissa, located on the east coast of India.