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  • proper n. A variant of the Arabic alphabet used for Chinese languages, especially Mandarin and Dungan, by Chinese Muslims.
  • proper n. The use of this script to write Sinitic languages.

Etymologies

From Mandarin 小兒經 / 小儿经 / شِيَوْ عَر دٍ (xiǎo ér jǐn) (Wiktionary)

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