I take your invitation right now.
You know that my died sister had an arabic name:
I search on Internet and I find that this was the name of the old city Leptis Magna, which was called "LIBDA" too. I know, because my sister told me that her name means something related to the river that is near of that place. I would like to know the calygraphy.
I would like to know too the caligraphy of my brother´s name: YANIT
I don´t know the meaning, but in both cases I knwe Mom decide to call her daughter and her boy with those names because she liked a soap opera about two princes at Middle East.
The name of the princes was LIBDA and the name of the prince was YANIT.
Linda and Yanit aren't very familiar names in the Arabic world now, but maybe they are old. I'll do some searching and I'll tell you about it. In the meantime, enjoy these names. I wrote them in the regular and in an artistic way. I hope you'll like them.
Libda & Yanit
Hello i'm from Turkiye and I'd like you to visit one of our Turkish (as a person not language) calligraphy masters' web site for more information what "hat* art is". I hope you will like the site and if you tipe in google, yahoo etc. "hat sanatı" or resembling words you can find more Turkish hattats' web sites who do this art with perfect dedication.
Hat: Hat is the name of Arabic or Ottoman calligraphy in our Turkish language, thats why I said earlier "(as a person not language)"