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The Arabic Alfabet 2


Since this page is under construction, the pictures showing how to write the character when you put your mouse on them will be marked (*)
 

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The next two are Seen (above) and Sheen (below).
They differ more than just a dot, namely three (3) dots.
 

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Again, from right to left the initial, middle, end and "solo" forms are shown.
 

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The next is Sad, again in its four aspects (intitial, middle, end, solo)
 

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And, again only differing by a dot, Dad.
 

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Then come Tah
 

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And Thah
 

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These next two characters have no less than four (4) almost
completely different shapes (again from right to left: initial, middle, end, solo).
The first one is called Ein.
 

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And the second one (again only differing a single dot) is called Ghein.
 

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As you can see these next two characters differ more
than just a dot, they also differ in shape.
The above one is called Fa`
 

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And this one is called Qaf
 

For a change, the next few characters are completely different from the others.
The one that looks least like any other, in my view, is Kef (below)

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You can see the initial, the intermediate and the two different end-shapes that
occur, as wel as the solo-edition (of course from right to left).

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