Old South Arabian

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Old South Arabian

  1. A subfamily of extinct languages formerly spoken in southern Arabia and belonging to the Semitic family.
    Synonyms: Ancient South Arabian, Epigraphic South Arabian, Sayhadic
  2. The abjad used to write these languages.