CJK Unified Ideographs Extension D

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CJK Unified Ideographs Extension D
Range U+2B740..U+2B81F
(224 code points)
Plane SIP
Scripts Han
Assigned 222 code points
Unused 2 reserved code points
Unicode version history
6.0 222 (+222)
Note: [1][2]

CJK Unified Ideographs Extension D is a Unicode block containing rare and historic CJK ideographs for Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese.

The block has hundreds of ideographic variation sequences registered in the Unicode Ideographic Variation Database (IVD).[3][4] These sequences specify the desired glyph variant for a given Unicode character.

Block[edit]

CJK Unified Ideographs Extension D [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+2B74x 𫝀 𫝁 𫝂 𫝃 𫝄 𫝅 𫝆 𫝇 𫝈 𫝉 𫝊 𫝋 𫝌 𫝍 𫝎 𫝏
U+2B75x 𫝐 𫝑 𫝒 𫝓 𫝔 𫝕 𫝖 𫝗 𫝘 𫝙 𫝚 𫝛 𫝜 𫝝 𫝞 𫝟
U+2B76x 𫝠 𫝡 𫝢 𫝣 𫝤 𫝥 𫝦 𫝧 𫝨 𫝩 𫝪 𫝫 𫝬 𫝭 𫝮 𫝯
U+2B77x 𫝰 𫝱 𫝲 𫝳 𫝴 𫝵 𫝶 𫝷 𫝸 𫝹 𫝺 𫝻 𫝼 𫝽 𫝾 𫝿
U+2B78x 𫞀 𫞁 𫞂 𫞃 𫞄 𫞅 𫞆 𫞇 𫞈 𫞉 𫞊 𫞋 𫞌 𫞍 𫞎 𫞏
U+2B79x 𫞐 𫞑 𫞒 𫞓 𫞔 𫞕 𫞖 𫞗 𫞘 𫞙 𫞚 𫞛 𫞜 𫞝 𫞞 𫞟
U+2B7Ax 𫞠 𫞡 𫞢 𫞣 𫞤 𫞥 𫞦 𫞧 𫞨 𫞩 𫞪 𫞫 𫞬 𫞭 𫞮 𫞯
U+2B7Bx 𫞰 𫞱 𫞲 𫞳 𫞴 𫞵 𫞶 𫞷 𫞸 𫞹 𫞺 𫞻 𫞼 𫞽 𫞾 𫞿
U+2B7Cx 𫟀 𫟁 𫟂 𫟃 𫟄 𫟅 𫟆 𫟇 𫟈 𫟉 𫟊 𫟋 𫟌 𫟍 𫟎 𫟏
U+2B7Dx 𫟐 𫟑 𫟒 𫟓 𫟔 𫟕 𫟖 𫟗 𫟘 𫟙 𫟚 𫟛 𫟜 𫟝 𫟞 𫟟
U+2B7Ex 𫟠 𫟡 𫟢 𫟣 𫟤 𫟥 𫟦 𫟧 𫟨 𫟩 𫟪 𫟫 𫟬 𫟭 𫟮 𫟯
U+2B7Fx 𫟰 𫟱 𫟲 𫟳 𫟴 𫟵 𫟶 𫟷 𫟸 𫟹 𫟺 𫟻 𫟼 𫟽 𫟾 𫟿
U+2B80x 𫠀 𫠁 𫠂 𫠃 𫠄 𫠅 𫠆 𫠇 𫠈 𫠉 𫠊 𫠋 𫠌 𫠍 𫠎 𫠏
U+2B81x 𫠐 𫠑 𫠒 𫠓 𫠔 𫠕 𫠖 𫠗 𫠘 𫠙 𫠚 𫠛 𫠜 𫠝
Notes
1.^ As of Unicode version 9.0
2.^ Grey areas indicate non-assigned code points

History[edit]

The following Unicode-related documents record the purpose and process of defining specific characters in the CJK Unified Ideographs Extension D block:

Version Final code points[a] Count L2 ID WG2 ID IRG ID Document
6.0 U+2B740..2B81D 222 L2/07-333 Lunde, Ken (2007-10-02), Proposal to add twenty-one CJK Unified Ideographs to the UCS 
L2/09-214 N3560 IRG URGENT Version4.0(M Set) [Macao set], 2008-12-24 
L2/09-214.1 N3560_C N1532R Evidences of Urgently Needed Characters (China set), 2008-12-31 
L2/09-214.2 N3560_U Jenkins, John (2009-04-14), UNC source information for U-source characters 
L2/09-214.3 N3560_J Lunde, Ken (2007-11-11), Additional references for IRG N1367 
L2/09-214.4 N3560_T N1305 Request to add 24 new characters to CJK D, 2007-05-30 
L2/09-177 Whistler, Ken (2009-05-01), "L", WG2 Consent Docket 
L2/09-220 Jenkins, John (2009-05-15), Requirement for Additional Source Information in the Extension D Documentation 
L2/09-104 Moore, Lisa (2009-05-20), "CJK — IRG Urgently Needed Characters", UTC #119 / L2 #216 Minutes 
L2/09-239 Source information for CJK Extension D on ISO/IEC 10646, 2009-07-10 
  1. ^ Proposed code points and characters names may differ from final code points and names

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Unicode character database". The Unicode Standard. Retrieved 2016-07-09. 
  2. ^ "Enumerated Versions of The Unicode Standard". The Unicode Standard. Retrieved 2016-07-09. 
  3. ^ "Ideographic Variation Database". Unicode Consortium. 
  4. ^ "UTS #37, Unicode Ideographic Variation Database". Unicode Consortium.