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ᥑᥪᥗᥢᥤᥡ ᥘᥥᥱᥩᥝᥔ ᥜᥣᥟᥬᥲᥙ ᥒᥴᥠᥖᥭᥕ ᥞᥳᥫᥨᥧᥚ
license: Apache | Reference sans font for the Tai Le script | glyphs: 55 | scripts: Tai Le
Zoto Sans Tai Le is a design for the Tai Le script.
It contains 55 glyphs, and supports 56 characters from the Unicode blocks: Tai Le, CJK Symbols and Punctuation.
Tai Le (ᥖᥭᥰᥘᥫᥴ) is a Southeast Asian abugida, written left-to-right. Used in Yunnan, China since c. 1200 CE for the Tai Le (Tai Nüa) language. Revised several times in 1952–1988. Read more on ScriptSource, Wikipedia, Unicode, Wiktionary.
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Portions licensed under the Apache License v2.0.
ᥐ ᥑ ᥒ ᥓ ᥔ ᥕ ᥖ ᥗ ᥘ ᥙ ᥚ ᥛ ᥜ ᥝ ᥞ ᥟ ᥠ ᥡ ᥢ ᥣ ᥤ ᥥ ᥦ ᥧ ᥨ ᥩ ᥪ ᥫ ᥬ ᥭ ᥰ ᥱ ᥲ ᥳ ᥴ 、 。 〈 〉 《 》