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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Cham_scriptCham script - Wikipedia

    The Cham script is a Brahmic abugida used to write Cham, an Austronesian language spoken by some 245,000 Chams in Vietnam and Cambodia. [3] It is written horizontally left to right, just like other Brahmic abugidas. History The Cham script is a descendant of the Brahmi script of India. [3]

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  2. Consonants Numerals The Cham fonts used on this page were created by Jason Glavy Sample text in Eastern Cham Transliteration Dahlaong di dihrai, PPO LINGIK pajieng lingik saong baoh tanâh. PPO LINGIK pajieng baoh tanâh saong aia, min oh hu cek, oh hu patuw, oh hu kayau, daok lit-tapin, xup-palup. Blaoh binguk-yawa PPO LINGIK nao ngaok dalah aia.

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  4. www.wikiwand.com › en › Cham_scriptCham script - Wikiwand

    Closeup of the inscription on the Po Nagar stele, 965. The stele describes feats by the Champa kings. The Cham script is a Brahmic abugida used to write Cham, an Austronesian language spoken by some 245,000 Chams in Vietnam and Cambodia. It is written horizontally left to right, just like other Brahmic abugidas.

  5. Jan 30, 2024 · The Cham script is a Brahmic abugida used to write Cham, an Austronesian language spoken by some 245,000 Chams in Vietnam and Cambodia. [3] It is written horizontally left to right, just like other Brahmic abugidas. Contents History Variety Structure History The Cham script is a descendant of the Brahmi script of India. [3]

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › ChamsChams - Wikipedia

    (February 2022) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) Historical extent of the Kingdom of Champa (in green) around 1100 CE Depiction of fighting Cham naval soldier against the Khmer, stone relief at the Bayon

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  7. Cham (Cham: ꨌꩌ) is a Malayo-Polynesian language of the Austronesian family, spoken by the Chams of Southeast Asia.

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