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ᯓᯇᯆᯂᯠᯑ ᯗᯍᯝᯣᯖᯛ ᯅᯈᯎᯡᯃᯜ ᯀᯊᯄᯘᯤᯙ ᯔᯉᯥᯚᯁᯏ
license: Apache | Reference sans font for the Batak script | glyphs: 61 | scripts: Batak
Zoto Sans Batak is a design for the Batak script.
It contains 61 glyphs and 3 OpenType features, and supports 61 characters from the Unicode blocks: Batak.
Batak (ᯘᯮᯒᯖ᯲ ᯅᯖᯂ᯲) is a Southeast Asian abugida, written vertically and horizontally left-to-right. Used for the Toba, Karo, Dairi, Mandailing, Simalungun, and Angkola languages used on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. Used since the 14th century, standardised in the 1850s. Revived recently after a decline since in the 20th century. Read more on ScriptSource, Wikipedia, Unicode, Wiktionary.
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Portions Copyright 2011-2015 Google Inc.
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Portions licensed under the Apache License v2.0.
ᯀ ᯁ ᯂ ᯃ ᯄ ᯅ ᯆ ᯇ ᯈ ᯉ ᯊ ᯋ ᯌ ᯍ ᯎ ᯏ ᯐ ᯑ ᯒ ᯓ ᯔ ᯕ ᯖ ᯗ ᯘ ᯙ ᯚ ᯛ ᯜ ᯝ ᯞ ᯟ ᯠ ᯡ ᯢ ᯣ ᯤ ᯥ ᯦ ᯧ ᯨ ᯩ ᯪ ᯫ ᯬ ᯭ ᯮ ᯯ ᯰ ᯱ ᯲ ᯳ ᯼ ᯽ ᯾ ᯿