ti·fi·nagh | \ tə̇ˈfēˌnäḵ\
variants: or less commonly tifinar \ -är \
Definition of tifinagh
: of, relating to, or constituting a Libyan alphabet that is apparently descended from the Old Libyan or Numidian characters derived from the Punic cursive script and is still used by the Tuaregs
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