See also: geez and Geez

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From Ge'ez ግዕዝ (gəʿzə).

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Ge’ez

  1. An Ethiopian language which is extinct but still used liturgically.
    • 2019, Maaza Mengiste , The Shadow King, Canongate Books (2020), page 328:
      He takes out a leather-bound Bible, written in Ge'ez, illuminated by drawings of angels with large, soulful eyes.
  2. The writing system originally used for the Ge’ez language.

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