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Cham

Range: AA00—AA5F Number of characters: 96
U+AA00
U+AA01
U+AA02
U+AA03
U+AA04
U+AA05
U+AA06
U+AA07
U+AA08
U+AA09
U+AA0A
U+AA0B
U+AA0C
U+AA0D
U+AA0E
U+AA0F
U+AA10
U+AA11
U+AA12
U+AA13
U+AA14
U+AA15
U+AA16
U+AA17
U+AA18
U+AA19
U+AA1A
U+AA1B
U+AA1C
U+AA1D
U+AA1E
U+AA1F
U+AA20
U+AA21
U+AA22
U+AA23
U+AA24
U+AA25
U+AA26
U+AA27
U+AA28
U+AA29
U+AA2A
U+AA2B
U+AA2C
U+AA2D
U+AA2E
U+AA2F
U+AA30
U+AA31
U+AA32
U+AA33
U+AA34
U+AA35
U+AA36
U+AA37
U+AA38
U+AA39
U+AA3A
U+AA3B
U+AA3C
U+AA3D
U+AA3E
U+AA3F
U+AA40
U+AA41
U+AA42
U+AA43
U+AA44
U+AA45
U+AA46
U+AA47
U+AA48
U+AA49
U+AA4A
U+AA4B
U+AA4C
U+AA4D
U+AA4E
U+AA4F
U+AA50
U+AA51
U+AA52
U+AA53
U+AA54
U+AA55
U+AA56
U+AA57
U+AA58
U+AA59
U+AA5A
U+AA5B
U+AA5C
U+AA5D
U+AA5E
U+AA5F

Cham is a Unicode block containing characters for writing the Cham language, primarily used for the Eastern dialect in Cambodia. The Cham alphabet is an abugida used to write Cham, an Austronesian language spoken by some 230,000 Cham people in Vietnam and Cambodia. It is written horizontally left to right, as is English.

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