This article is one of many about Qatama
A gallery of Qatama Calligraphy.
- mo`oj /'mo:?o:Z/
- Qatama /'qa:.ta:.ma:./
- ngumja /'Nu:m.Za:/ -- n. the property of not existing for indefinitely long durations
- nura /'nu:.ra:/ -- n. life, vitality; v. to live, exist
- This example shows the progression from a flowing calligraphic style to a square-ish emblematic style.
- tojla /to:Z.la:/ -- n. a traditional sword worn by the warrior class and nobility
- tamaja /'ta:.ma:.Za:/ -- 'all is well, peace', a common response to being greeted. Presented in Moj, Uyata and Ajan.
- This is something I call mogua, it's a play on moj (writing system) + gua (face), if you look closely, every grapheme of Moj can be made with a combination of these brush strokes.
- gomoku unja
- mo ngan omha
- ogu uj omha
- kyuna gomoku unja
a poem by Ryokan Taigu:
- A light snow
- Three Thousand Realms
- Within those realms
- Light snow falls
Ogu al kama
- ogu al kama
- aj myatla ma koto al qam
- ogu daq nuj utahu
- al ma`aq aj gahaja moqra
- A poem by Ryokan Taigu
- Down in the village
- the din of flute and drum,
- here deep in the mountain
- everywhere the sound of the pines
- nja`ayu /nZa:?a:ju/
- n. an introvert, solitary individual
- v. to be, act for, focus on oneself
- adj. preferring the internal, satisfied with self, lacking interest or comfort in social interactions
- A contraction formed from nja (for, about) and ayu (self, reflective particle).
If you have a request, please, feel free to ask. -- Qang