Garay script

"The Garay script was invented by Assane Faye of Senegal in 1961, for writing the Wolof language. It runs right-to-left like Arabic, and some of the shapes are reminiscent of Arabic. The name refers to 'the whiteness of cotton flower.'" (Ian James)

Garay is apparently actively used by only a small number of people. It is not yet encoded in Unicode, nor does it yet have an ISO 15924 code.

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