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ꤢꤜꤊꤍꤠꤝ ꤒꤥꤟꤖꤐꤛ ꤋꤡꤌꤑꤞꤔ ꤚꤙꤎꤕꤏꤤ ꤘꤣꤓꤗ
license: Apache | Reference sans font for the Kayah Li script | glyphs: 54 | scripts: Kayah Li
Zoto Sans Kayah Li is a design for the Kayah Li script.
It contains 54 glyphs and 2 OpenType features, and supports 53 characters from the Unicode blocks: Kayah Li.
Kayah Li (ꤊꤢꤛꤢꤟ ꤜꤤ) is a Southeast Asian alphabet, written left-to-right. Used in Myanmar and Thailand for Kayah languages (150,000 users). Created in 1962 by Htae Bu Phae. 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.
ꤊ ꤋ ꤌ ꤍ ꤎ ꤏ ꤐ ꤑ ꤒ ꤓ ꤔ ꤕ ꤖ ꤗ ꤘ ꤙ ꤚ ꤛ ꤜ ꤝ ꤞ ꤟ ꤠ ꤡ ꤢ ꤣ ꤤ ꤥ ꤦ ꤧ ꤨ ꤩ ꤪ ꤫ ꤬ ꤭ ꤮ ꤯