The Georgian script is a writing system used to write the Georgian language, as well as several other languages in Georgia and the surrounding region. It is an alphabet, which means that each letter represents a single sound. The Georgian script is part of the Unicode standard, which is a standardized character encoding system that allows computers to store and display text in a wide variety of scripts and languages. The script has a long history, with the earliest known inscriptions dating back to the 5th century CE. It is used by approximately 4 million people and has a rich cultural and linguistic heritage. The Georgian script is written horizontally from left to right and is known for its complex system of letter combinations and diacritical marks. It is used primarily by the Georgian people and followers of the Georgian Orthodox Church.
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