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ꓞꓣꓓꓩꓑꓶ ꓵꓛꓦꓤꓺꓰ ꓲꓹꓢꓳꓽꓫ ꓱꓐꓝꓚꓒꓧ ꓡꓼꓗꓠꓭꓴ
license: Apache | Reference sans font for the Lisu script | glyphs: 54 | scripts: Lisu
Zoto Sans Lisu is a design for the Fraser script.
It contains 54 glyphs, and supports 55 characters from the Unicode blocks: Lisu.
Fraser (Old Lisu) is an East Asian alphabet, written left-to-right (1 million users). Used in China, Myanmar, India and Thailand for the Lisu language. Also used for Lipo, Naxi, Zaiwa, Lakkia. Created 1915 by Sara Ba Thaw and improved by James O. Fraser. Based on the Latin script. Official Lisu language script in China since 1992. 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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