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Abjad - Writing system in which each character or sound is represented by a consonant. The term was invented by Peter Daniels, a specialist in typology to describe the characteristics of Semitic languages such as Arabic or Hebrew, since their alphabets or sets of characters do not include true vowels, and these have to be inferred or provided by the reader. However, in the case of Hebrew, the reader can rely on special sets of signs that can be useful to establish the vowels applicable to each word, but these systems, such as niqqud, are not widely used today.
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Origin of the term - Hebrew / Arabic.
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Synonyms - Related words or with the same meaning: Arabic, Hebrew, Daniels.
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