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Trying to place a ginger root to spell out Zanjabiel (arabic for ginger) for a logo design. I think the J is a good central choice but open to any suggestions!

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Hello. Recently, I've been working on something new. This is the first font I actually feel like is good enough for me to post about here. Anyway, do any of you have any feedback? It would be greatly appreciated! (Also name suggestions are welcome aswell, I don't even know what crossed my head when naming it this)

https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1648514/rhymes-new-towman

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