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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcuneiformcu‧nei‧form /ˈkjuːnifɔːm, ˈkjuːni-əfɔːm $ kjuːˈniːəfɔːrm/ adjective 🔊 🔊 TCrelating to the writing used by the people of ancient Mesopotamiacuneiform noun [uncountable]
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cuneiformThis makes them closer to the kana, Vai, Yi, cuneiform, and hieroglyphic systems.In addition to the cuneiform inscriptions of Old Persian, there was also a closely related liturgical language known as Avestan.There is evidence that the Babylonians were using sine tables, recorded in cuneiform symbols on clay tablets, long before Hipparchus.The more systematic arrangement of the cuneiform symbols was largely the creation of Western scholars.