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cal·lig·ra·phy

 (kə-lĭg′rə-fē)
n.
1.
a. The art of fine handwriting.
b. Works in fine handwriting considered as a group.
2. Handwriting.

[French calligraphie, from Greek kalligraphiā, beautiful writing : kalli-, beautiful (from kallos, beauty) + -graphiā, -graphy.]

cal·lig′ra·pher, cal·lig′ra·phist n.
cal′li·graph′ic (kăl′ĭ-grăf′ĭk) adj.
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Adj.1.calligraphic - of or relating to or expressed in calligraphy

calligraphic

adjective
Of or relating to representation by means of writing:
Translations

calligraphic

[ˌkælɪˈgræfɪk] ADJcaligráfico

calligraphic

adjkalligrafisch, Schönschreib-
References in classic literature ?
In his epistolary communication, as in his dialogues and discourses on the great question to which it related, Mr Dorrit surrounded the subject with flourishes, as writing-masters embellish copy-books and ciphering-books: where the titles of the elementary rules of arithmetic diverge into swans, eagles, griffins, and other calligraphic recreations, and where the capital letters go out of their minds and bodies into ecstasies of pen and ink.
Irfan Siddiqui said around 400 calligraphic works were received by the division from across the country out of which 90 were
members comprising over senior calligraphers will select the best 15 calligraphic
Advisor to Prime Minister on national History and Literary Heritage Division Irfan Siddiqui said that the division had received a total of 309 calligraphic art works from across the country out of which the jury members had shortlisted 90 art pieces for the competition , the statement added.
Irfan Siddiqui said it is a matter of great honour for Pakistan that our Calligrapher, Ustad Shafiq-uz-Zaman is privileged enough to have his calligraphic works on the walls of Holy Mosque 'Masjid-i-Nabwi'.
Irfan Siddiqui called it a matter of honour for Pakistan that a Pakistani Calligrapher is privileged to have his calligraphic works on display on the walls of Holy Mosque 'Masjid-i-Nabwi'.
Irfan Siddiqui said that it is a matter of great honour for the country that a Pakistani calligrapher is privileged enough to have his calligraphic works on the walls of the holy mosque "Masjid-i-Nabwi".
Artist Amir Kamal who specializes in calligraphic (decorative hand-writing) artwork, is one of the most renowned calligrapher in Pakistan.
Skilfully crafted into steel, the calligraphic text reads: "Woe to the judges on earth from the justice of Allah- when his scale slopes away from righteousness.
It was the piece titled "Breaking Dawn", which was exhibited in the Netherlands and was part of her major exhibition, "In, At, Around" at Karachi's Unicorn Gallery that gave birth to her calligraphic landscapes.
Summary: New logo is inspired by the UAE's rich calligraphic heritage and celebrates the country's successes
In the accompanying images this disembodied existential flux is brought into lacerating materiality; calligraphic characters rendered in sharp steel.