Gurmukhi

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Etymology[edit]

From Punjabi ਗੁਰਮੁਖੀ (Gurmukhī), commonly translated as "from the Mouth of the Guru", since it was standardised by Guru Angad Dev in the 16th century.

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Gurmukhi

  1. An abugida script, or writing system, designed for writing the Punjabi language, and subsequently also adapted to write other lects, such as Braj Bhasha, Hindi, Sanskrit and Sindhi.

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