Miao (Unicode block)

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Miao
Range U+16F00..U+16F9F
(160 code points)
Plane SMP
Scripts Miao
Major alphabets A-Hmao
Hmong Daw
Assigned 133 code points
Unused 27 reserved code points
Unicode version history
6.1 133 (+133)
Note: [1]

Miao is a Unicode block containing Pollard characters for writing the Hmong Daw and A-Hmao languages.

Miao[1][2]
Official Unicode Consortium code chart (PDF)
  0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
U+16F0x 𖼀 𖼁 𖼂 𖼃 𖼄 𖼅 𖼆 𖼇 𖼈 𖼉 𖼊 𖼋 𖼌 𖼍 𖼎 𖼏
U+16F1x 𖼐 𖼑 𖼒 𖼓 𖼔 𖼕 𖼖 𖼗 𖼘 𖼙 𖼚 𖼛 𖼜 𖼝 𖼞 𖼟
U+16F2x 𖼠 𖼡 𖼢 𖼣 𖼤 𖼥 𖼦 𖼧 𖼨 𖼩 𖼪 𖼫 𖼬 𖼭 𖼮 𖼯
U+16F3x 𖼰 𖼱 𖼲 𖼳 𖼴 𖼵 𖼶 𖼷 𖼸 𖼹 𖼺 𖼻 𖼼 𖼽 𖼾 𖼿
U+16F4x 𖽀 𖽁 𖽂 𖽃 𖽄
U+16F5x 𖽐 𖽑 𖽒 𖽓 𖽔 𖽕 𖽖 𖽗 𖽘 𖽙 𖽚 𖽛 𖽜 𖽝 𖽞 𖽟
U+16F6x 𖽠 𖽡 𖽢 𖽣 𖽤 𖽥 𖽦 𖽧 𖽨 𖽩 𖽪 𖽫 𖽬 𖽭 𖽮 𖽯
U+16F7x 𖽰 𖽱 𖽲 𖽳 𖽴 𖽵 𖽶 𖽷 𖽸 𖽹 𖽺 𖽻 𖽼 𖽽 𖽾
U+16F8x  ð–¾ 
U+16F9x  ð–¾   ð–¾‘   ð–¾’  𖾓 𖾔 𖾕 𖾖 𖾗 𖾘 𖾙 𖾚 𖾛 𖾜 𖾝 𖾞 𖾟
Notes
1.^ As of Unicode version 7.0
2.^ Grey areas indicate non-assigned code points

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Unicode character database". The Unicode Standard. Retrieved 22 March 2013.