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Osmanya alphabet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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While Osmanya gained reasonably wide acceptance in Somalia and quickly produced a considerable body of literature, it proved difficult to spread among the population ...

ScriptSource - Osmanya

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The Osmanya script (also known as far soomaali or cismaanya) was invented by Cismaan Yuusuf Keenadiid between 1920 and 1922. It was used sporadically from 1922-1973 ...

Free (Copyleft) Unicode font for Osmanya

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Free (Copyleft) Unicode font for Osmanya. Mark Williamson has created a TrueType font for the Osmanya script named Andagii. The font file also supports Ugaritic and ...

Somali alphabets, pronunciation and language

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Details of the Osmanya and Borama alphabets, and the Somali language, which is spoken mainly in Somali

Category:Osmanya script - Wiktionary

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All terms in Osmanya script should be here. Information about this script may be available at Appendix:Osmanya script. In various places at Wiktionary, the Osmanya ...

Somali Alphabet (Osmanya) - Evertype

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Somali Alphabet (Osmanya) This section is dedicated for Somalia's historic alphabet, ... It has been an honour for me to work on the encoding of the Osmanya script.--

Osmanya Script | Puntite.com | Puntland History Blog

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Invented in the 1920s by Osman Yusuf Kenadid, the Osmanya Script was one of 3 main contenders (others being Arabic and Latin) to be the written Somali language after ...

Osmanya Script - wn.com

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Osmanya Script - wn.com

SCRIPTS OF AFRICA - Native Writing Systems of Africa

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Scripts, once deciphered, ... news of the Osmanya script spread quickly – so quickly the Italian authorities soon found out and imprisoned Kenadid in Mogadishu.

OsmanyaTest for Unicode support in Web browsers

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Test for Unicode support in Web browsers Osmanya U+10480 – U+104AF (66688–66735) Shavian : ... The Osmanya script was used for the Somali language, ...