Alphabet \AL-fuh-bet\ or \AL-fuh-bit\ , noun;
1. The letters of a language in their customary order
2. Any system of characters or signs with which a language is written
Dating to the 1560's, the origin of alphabet is Late Latin alphabetum, which derives from Greek alphabetos. Alphabetos is a combination of alpha + beta, the first two letters in the Greek alphabet. The word replaced Old English stæfræw ("row of letters") and stæfrof ("array of letters").
Now, alphabets by Inky Fool