formas de las letras Árabes




   

En árabe, no existe un tipo discreto de caligrafia (no se puede escribir en forma aislada o separada). Las palabras se escriben en un estilo cursivo, lo que significa que las letras deben unirse para formarlas. Debido a esto, las letras árabes poseen cuatro formas de escritura: tres son usadas según la posición que ocupen dentro de la palabra y la cuarta forma es usada para escribir la letra en forma aislada.

La siguiente tabla muestra todas las formas (o posiciones) de escritura árabe para cada letra:


Recuerde que el árabe se escribe de derecha de izquierda.

Forma Final
Forma Intermedia
Forma Inicial Forma Aislada Letra
Alef
Ba'
Ta'
Tha'
Jeem
Ha'
Kha'
Dal
Thal
Ra'
Zay
Seen
Sheen
Sad
Dhad
Ta
Za
Ain
Ghain
Fa'
Qaf
Kaf
Lam
Meem
Noon
Ha
Waw
Ya'
 

















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