An alphabet is a standard set of letters basic written symbols or graphemes that represent the phonemes basic significant sounds of any spoken language it is used to write. This is in contrast to other types of writing systemssuch as syllabaries in which each character represents a syllable and logographic systems in which each character represents a word, morphemeor semantic unit. The first fully phonemic script, the Proto-Canaanite script, later known as the Ab 50 jahre porno alphabetis considered to be the first alphabet, and is the ancestor of most modern alphabets, including ArabicAsian by alphabetLatinCyrillicHebrewand possibly Brahmic. Danielshowever, distinguishes an abugida or alphasyllabary, a set of graphemes that represent consonantal base letters which diacritics modify to represent vowels as in Devanagari asian by alphabet other South Asian scriptsan abjadin which letters predominantly or exclusively represent consonants as in the asian by alphabet Phoenician, Hebrew or Arabicand an "alphabet", a set of graphemes that represent both vowels and asian by alphabet. In this narrow sense of the word the first "true" alphabet was the Greek alphabet  which was developed on the basis of the earlier Phoenician alphabet. Of the dozens of alphabets in use today, the most popular is the Latin alphabet which was derived from the Greekand which many languages modify by adding letters formed using diacritical marks.