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ߓߪߣߍߑߞ ߕߛߧߘߖߤ ߟߏߵߨߒߠ ߢߎߥߡߴߝ ߔߩߌߙߊߦ
license: Apache | Reference sans font for the Nko script | glyphs: 174 | scripts: Nko, Arabic
Zoto Sans NKo is a design for the N’Ko script.
It contains 174 glyphs and 5 OpenType features, and supports 76 characters from the Unicode blocks: NKo, Arabic.
N’Ko (ߒߞߏ) is an African alphabet, written right-to-left. Used in West Africa for the Manding languages. Created in 1949 by Solomana Kante. The name of the script means “I say”. Has 19 consonants, 7 vowels and 8 diacritics. Influenced by the Arabic script. Read more on ScriptSource, Wikipedia, Unicode, Wiktionary.
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