Copied!

Duployan

Range: 1BC00—1BC9F Quantity of characters: 160

Non-joining consonants

𛰀
U+1BC00
𛰁
U+1BC01

Line consonants

𛰂
U+1BC02
𛰃
U+1BC03
𛰄
U+1BC04
𛰅
U+1BC05
𛰆
U+1BC06
𛰇
U+1BC07
𛰈
U+1BC08
𛰉
U+1BC09
𛰊
U+1BC0A
𛰋
U+1BC0B
𛰌
U+1BC0C
𛰍
U+1BC0D
𛰎
U+1BC0E
𛰏
U+1BC0F
𛰐
U+1BC10
𛰑
U+1BC11
𛰒
U+1BC12
𛰓
U+1BC13
𛰔
U+1BC14
𛰕
U+1BC15
𛰖
U+1BC16
𛰗
U+1BC17
𛰘
U+1BC18

Arc consonants

𛰙
U+1BC19
𛰚
U+1BC1A
𛰛
U+1BC1B
𛰜
U+1BC1C
𛰝
U+1BC1D
𛰞
U+1BC1E
𛰟
U+1BC1F
𛰠
U+1BC20
𛰡
U+1BC21
𛰢
U+1BC22
𛰣
U+1BC23
𛰤
U+1BC24
𛰥
U+1BC25
𛰦
U+1BC26
𛰧
U+1BC27
𛰨
U+1BC28
𛰩
U+1BC29
𛰪
U+1BC2A
𛰫
U+1BC2B
𛰬
U+1BC2C
𛰭
U+1BC2D
𛰮
U+1BC2E
𛰯
U+1BC2F
𛰰
U+1BC30
𛰱
U+1BC31

Quarter-arc consonants written downwards

𛰲
U+1BC32
𛰳
U+1BC33
𛰴
U+1BC34
𛰵
U+1BC35
𛰶
U+1BC36
𛰷
U+1BC37
𛰸
U+1BC38
𛰹
U+1BC39
𛰺
U+1BC3A

Quarter-arc consonants written upwards

𛰻
U+1BC3B
𛰼
U+1BC3C
𛰽
U+1BC3D
𛰾
U+1BC3E
𛰿
U+1BC3F
𛱀
U+1BC40

Circle vowels

𛱁
U+1BC41
𛱂
U+1BC42
𛱃
U+1BC43
𛱄
U+1BC44
𛱅
U+1BC45

Semi-circle vowels

𛱆
U+1BC46
𛱇
U+1BC47
𛱈
U+1BC48
𛱉
U+1BC49
𛱊
U+1BC4A
𛱋
U+1BC4B
𛱌
U+1BC4C
𛱍
U+1BC4D
𛱎
U+1BC4E

Diagonal-line vowels

𛱏
U+1BC4F
𛱐
U+1BC50

Quarter-circle vowels

𛱑
U+1BC51
𛱒
U+1BC52
𛱓
U+1BC53
𛱔
U+1BC54

Other vowels

𛱕
U+1BC55
𛱖
U+1BC56
𛱗
U+1BC57
𛱘
U+1BC58
𛱙
U+1BC59

Dotted-circle vowels

𛱚
U+1BC5A
𛱛
U+1BC5B

Compound vowels

𛱜
U+1BC5C
𛱝
U+1BC5D
𛱞
U+1BC5E
𛱟
U+1BC5F
𛱠
U+1BC60

Basic nasal vowels

𛱡
U+1BC61
𛱢
U+1BC62
𛱣
U+1BC63
𛱤
U+1BC64

Additional nasal vowels

𛱥
U+1BC65
𛱦
U+1BC66
𛱧
U+1BC67
𛱨
U+1BC68
𛱩
U+1BC69
𛱪
U+1BC6A
U+1BC6B
U+1BC6C
U+1BC6D
U+1BC6E
U+1BC6F

Attached affixes

𛱰
U+1BC70
𛱱
U+1BC71
𛱲
U+1BC72
𛱳
U+1BC73
𛱴
U+1BC74
𛱵
U+1BC75
𛱶
U+1BC76
𛱷
U+1BC77
𛱸
U+1BC78
𛱹
U+1BC79
𛱺
U+1BC7A
𛱻
U+1BC7B
𛱼
U+1BC7C
U+1BC7D
U+1BC7E
U+1BC7F

High affixes

𛲀
U+1BC80
𛲁
U+1BC81
𛲂
U+1BC82
𛲃
U+1BC83
𛲄
U+1BC84
𛲅
U+1BC85
𛲆
U+1BC86
𛲇
U+1BC87
𛲈
U+1BC88
U+1BC89
U+1BC8A
U+1BC8B
U+1BC8C
U+1BC8D
U+1BC8E
U+1BC8F

Low affixes

𛲐
U+1BC90
𛲑
U+1BC91
𛲒
U+1BC92
𛲓
U+1BC93
𛲔
U+1BC94
𛲕
U+1BC95
𛲖
U+1BC96
𛲗
U+1BC97
𛲘
U+1BC98
𛲙
U+1BC99
U+1BC9A
U+1BC9B

Miscellaneous sign

𛲜
U+1BC9C

Sloan R-form selector

𛲝
U+1BC9D

Shorthand double mark

𛲞
U+1BC9E

Chinook punctuation

𛲟
U+1BC9F

The Duployan shorthand, or Duployan stenography (French: Sténographie Duployé), was created by father Émile Duployé(fr) in 1860 for writing French. Since then, it has been expanded and adapted for writing English, German, Spanish, Romanian, and Chinook Jargon. The Duployan stenography is classified as a geometric, alphabetic, stenography and is written left-to-right in connected stenographic style. The Duployan shorthands, including Chinook writing, Pernin's Universal Phonography, Perrault's English Shorthand, the Sloan-Duployan Modern Shorthand, and Romanian stenography, were included as a single script in version 7.0 of the Unicode Standard / ISO 10646.

Unicode: