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Etymology[edit | edit source]
Usage[edit | edit source]
Mutya script where used to write an elaborated calligraphy like formal writings such as scriptures poems, rhymes or rhetorics and in to the beginning of the sentences of a writings. 
Types[edit | edit source]
- Chailai -the Regular type of Mutya style. 
- Lakandiwa -the bold and more elaborated form of this calligraphy 
- Sutla (Silk-type)/ Payak the simplified form of Mutya style mostly a cursive form.
Examples of Mutyà calligraphy[edit | edit source]
The lyrics on Alerta, Katipunan (On alert, Katipunan) written in stylized baybayin .
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