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  2. › wiki › UnicodeUnicode - Wikipedia

    Unicode currently covers most major writing systems in use today. [better source needed]As of 2022, a total of 161 scripts are included in the latest version of Unicode (covering alphabets, abugidas and syllabaries), although there are still scripts that are not yet encoded, particularly those mainly used in historical, liturgical, and academic contexts.

  3. › wiki › NüshuNüshu - Wikipedia

    Nüshu is included in the Unicode Standard under the name "Nushu" (because Unicode character names, block names, and script names can only use ASCII letters). 396 Nüshu letters were added to the Nushu block as part of Unicode version 10.0, which was released in June 2017.

  4. The second block is the Georgian Supplement (U+2D00–U+2D2F), and it contains Nuskhuri. Mtavruli capitals are included in the Georgian Extended block (U+1C90–U+1CBF). Mtavruli is defined as the upper case, but not title case, of Mkhedruli, and Asomtavruli as the upper case and title case of Nuskhuri.

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  6. › wiki › EmojiEmoji - Wikipedia

    An emoji (/ ɪ ˈ m oʊ dʒ iː / i-MOH-jee; plural emoji or emojis) is a pictogram, logogram, ideogram or smiley embedded in text and used in electronic messages and web pages.The primary function of emoji is to fill in emotional cues otherwise missing from typed conversation.

  7. › wiki › Chữ_NômChữ Nôm - Wikipedia

    Chữ Nôm (𡨸喃, IPA: [cɨ̌ˀ nōm]; lit. 'Southern characters') is a logographic writing system formerly used to write the Vietnamese language.It uses Chinese characters to represent Sino-Vietnamese vocabulary and some native Vietnamese words, with other words represented by new characters created using a variety of methods, including phono-semantic compounds.

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