From Greek, kaligraphia, from kallos, "beauty," and graphein, to write.
The word calligraphy comes from the Greek kalligraphos. It means beautiful writing. Perhaps the most well-known examples of calligraphy are Arabic. Celtic, and Persian. But among the oldest known calligraphy is Chinese. For Chinese calligraphy has been dated back about 4,500 years.
Calligraphy simply means beautiful writing and if you go on google.com and type in calligraphy or even calligraphy alphabet it will come up with three pictures and a lot of written responds.
Italians invented calligraphy writing. But the word calligraphy comes from the greek words kallos which means "beauty" and the word graphein which means " to write". The writing was copied kinda by the Chinese.
penmanship or calligraphy
-graph-, which means picture. Since calligraphy tends to look like a picture and is beautiful, "graph" is the root word. The prefix is calli.
Calligraphy fonts for Microsoft Office Word can be downloaded from the Microsoft Office website. Calligraphy fonts can also be downloaded at many other website locations and can be found by using an Internet search engine.
It is Greek for 'draw'.
technically, your question. perhaps a sentence like "In china, people use calligraphy instead of a written alphabet
Calligraphy, script, longhand, handwriting, manuscription...