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A Persian script developed in the 14th–15th cent., combining features of the naskhi and taliq scripts and characterized by curving forms and groups of connected letters written sloping slightly downwards.
Of, relating to, or designating this script.
Late 17th century; earliest use found in John Phillips (1631–?1706), writer. From Persian nastaʿlīq from earlier nasḵ taʿlīq from Arabic nasḵ copying + taʿlīq.
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