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ᏓᎲᎮᎻᏛᏱ ᏌᎼᎳᏦᏊᎹ ᎸᏐᏒᏭᏧᏂ ᎿᏏᎠᎣᏚᎷ ᏤᏰᎶᏬᏔᎨ
license: Apache | Reference sans font for the Cherokee script | glyphs: 89 | scripts: Cherokee
Zoto Sans Cherokee is a design for the Cherokee script.
It contains 89 glyphs and 1 OpenType features, and supports 90 characters from the Unicode blocks: Cherokee.
Cherokee (ᏣᎳᎩ) is an American bicameral syllabary, written left-to-right. Used in the United States for the Cherokee language (12,000 speakers). Created in 1821 by Sequoyah (also known as George Guess), when it achieved instant popularity. By 1824 most Cherokee were literate in the script. Uses 85 letters. 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.
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