At 18:44 +0100 2001-02-26, Marco Cimarosti wrote:
>Michael Everson wrote:
>> Yes, an alphabet proper is usually the subset of an alphabetic
>> script. Armenian seems to be the exception, as it is only used for
>> one language; Georgian, Latin, Cyrillic, Ogham, Runic, and Greek have
>> been used for other languages.
>I miss the other language(s) for the Georgian script.
Svan and Mingrelian.
>(BTW, in a previous message Tamil was given as an example of a
>single-language script, but I think that it is used also for Sanskrit).
Tamil Grantha, anyway.
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