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# The [[art]] of [[writing]] [[letter]]s and words with [[decorative]] [[stroke]]s. # The [[art]] of [[writing]] [[letter]]s and words with [[decorative]] [[stroke]]s.
# The letters and words so produced, collectively. # The letters and words so produced, collectively.
 +==Etymology==
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 +From Ancient Greek καλλιγραφία (kalligrafía, “pretty writing”), from κάλλος ([[kallos]], “beauty”) + γράφω (gráphō, “to draw”).
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  1. The art of writing letters and words with decorative strokes.
  2. The letters and words so produced, collectively.

Etymology

From Ancient Greek καλλιγραφία (kalligrafía, “pretty writing”), from κάλλος (kallos, “beauty”) + γράφω (gráphō, “to draw”).

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