In the Buginese language, pallawa is a punctuation symbol. It is composed of three cascading diagonal dots. A pallawa is used to separate rhythmico-intonational groups, thus functionally corresponding to the full stop and comma of the Latin script.
- Marcuse, Andrew (2005). "Unicode Character 'BUGINESE PALLAWA' (U+1A1E)". FileFormat.Info website. FileFormat.Info. Retrieved 2009-10-30.
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