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ᨐᨁᨖᨆᨋᨍ ᨕᨇᨑᨂᨌᨏ ᨃᨉᨓᨈᨒᨅ ᨎᨀᨊᨄᨔ
license: Apache | Reference sans font for the Buginese script | glyphs: 63 | scripts: Buginese
Zoto Sans Buginese is a design for the Buginese script.
It contains 63 glyphs and 3 OpenType features, and supports 40 characters from the Unicode blocks: Buginese.
Buginese (Lontara, ᨒᨚᨈᨑ) is a Southeast Asian abugida, written left-to-right. Was used since the 17th century for the Bugis, Makasar, and Mandar languages of Sulawesi in Indonesia (over 7 million speakers). Largely replaced by the Latin alphabet during the period of Dutch colonization, but still used for ceremonial, personal and traditional texts. Read more on ScriptSource, Wikipedia, Unicode, Wiktionary.
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Portions licensed under the Apache License v2.0.
ᨀ ᨁ ᨂ ᨃ ᨄ ᨅ ᨆ ᨇ ᨈ ᨉ ᨊ ᨋ ᨌ ᨍ ᨎ ᨏ ᨐ ᨑ ᨒ ᨓ ᨔ ᨕ ᨖ ᨗ ᨘ ᨙ ᨚ ᨛ ᨞ ᨟ ◌ ꧏ