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Georgian

Range: 10A0—10FF Quantity of characters: 96

Capital letters (Khutsuri)

U+10A0
U+10A1
U+10A2
U+10A3
U+10A4
U+10A5
U+10A6
U+10A7
U+10A8
U+10A9
U+10AA
U+10AB
U+10AC
U+10AD
U+10AE
U+10AF
U+10B0
U+10B1
U+10B2
U+10B3
U+10B4
U+10B5
U+10B6
U+10B7
U+10B8
U+10B9
U+10BA
U+10BB
U+10BC
U+10BD
U+10BE
U+10BF
U+10C0
U+10C1
U+10C2
U+10C3
U+10C4
U+10C5
U+10C6

Additional letter

U+10C7
U+10C8
U+10C9
U+10CA
U+10CB
U+10CC

Additional letter for Ossetian

U+10CD
U+10CE
U+10CF

Mkhedruli

U+10D0
U+10D1
U+10D2
U+10D3
U+10D4
U+10D5
U+10D6
U+10D7
U+10D8
U+10D9
U+10DA
U+10DB
U+10DC
U+10DD
U+10DE
U+10DF
U+10E0
U+10E1
U+10E2
U+10E3
U+10E4
U+10E5
U+10E6
U+10E7
U+10E8
U+10E9
U+10EA
U+10EB
U+10EC
U+10ED
U+10EE
U+10EF
U+10F0

Archaic letters

U+10F1
U+10F2
U+10F3
U+10F4
U+10F5
U+10F6

Additional letters for Mingrelian and Svan

U+10F7
U+10F8

Additional letters

U+10F9
U+10FA

Punctuation

U+10FB

Modifier letter

U+10FC

Additional letters for Ossetian and Abkhaz

U+10FD
U+10FE
U+10FF

Georgian is a Unicode block containing the Mkhedruli and Asomtavruli Georgian characters used to write Modern Georgian, Svan, and Mingrelian languages. Another lower case, Nuskhuri, is encoded in a separate Georgian Supplement block, which is used with the Asomtavruli to write the ecclesiastical Khutsuri Georgian script.

The Georgian scripts are the three writing systems used to write the Georgian language: Asomtavruli, Nuskhuri and Mkhedruli. Their letters are equivalent, sharing the same names and alphabetical order and all three are unicameral (make no distinction between upper and lower case). Although each continues to be used, Mkhedruli (see below) is taken as the standard for Georgian and its related Kartvelian languages. The scripts originally had 38 letters. Georgian is currently written in a 33-letter alphabet, as five of the letters are obsolete in that language. The Mingrelian alphabet uses 36: the 33 of Georgian, one letter obsolete for that language, and two additional letters specific to Mingrelian and Svan. That same obsolete letter, plus a letter borrowed from  Greek 0370–03FF , are used in the 35-letter Laz alphabet. The fourth Kartvelian language, Svan, is not commonly written, but when it is it uses the letters of the Mingrelian alphabet, with an additional obsolete Georgian letter and sometimes supplemented by diacritics for its many vowels.

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