Brahmi [brah-mee] Word Origin noun

  1. a script of India that was probably adapted from the Aramaic alphabet about the 7th century b.c., and from which most of the later Indian scripts developed.

Origin of Brahmi 1890–95; Sanskrit, equivalent to brahm- (see Brahman) + -ī as in Hindi, etc.

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