Arabic to Syriac script (Serto) transliteration table


The Arabic alphabet is a descendant of the Nabatean script which ultimately derived from the Syriac script ,the Serto version.Thus the transliteration from Arabic to Syriac and vice versa presents little difficulties.


As  you can see in the table below the letters are quite similar.

Arabic letters in comparison to Syriac Serto.


Take a look at the Arabic-Estrangelo table also.
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