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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.
Amongst the myriad visuals, one witnessed a series of impressive calligraphic murals made by artist Sumaya Durrani, whose world-class artistic and intellectual credentials many art connoisseurs are well aware of.
RAWALPINDI -- Calligraphic Exhibition by Pride of Performance artist Aftab Ahmed Khan (late) concluded at Rawalpindi Arts Council.
The festival includes most of the activities in the field of culture and art - classical, pop and rock music, theater performances, concerts of folklore ensembles, art exhibitions and exhibitions of calligraphic works, and various music content and performing arts for children.
Talking to reporters during an opening ceremony of a calligraphic workshop, he said that the government's performance should be reviewed before the next elections.
ISLAMABAD -- The display of rare collection of Quranic scripts and stunning stone studded Quranic pieces at Quran gallery of National Book Museum is serving as the source of inspiration for general public and the youth with the opportunity to know about the history of various eras of calligraphic scripts.
The collection to be displayed includes calligraphic art, sculpture, prints, carvings, photographs, decorative mirror works, ceramics, etc.
Abdul Kareem Kakkove, a 40-year-old calligrapher from Kerala in India, has conveyed his love for Qatar through different kinds of calligraphic artworks.
When Geraldine started the artwork, Maqbali completed the piece with calligraphic words - a quote or famous saying - to complement it based on her artwork.
This is what Pakistani-origin Briton Sonia Nisa did as she made a calligraphic portrait depicting Prime Minister Imran Khan while using the lyrics of the national anthem.
The exhibition comprises of fifty calligraphic artifacts/paintings on Islamic arts in various mediums like leather, wood work, copper and other precious stones.