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Pahawh Hmong

Range: 16B00—16B8F Quantity of characters: 144

Vowel rimes

𖬀
U+16B00
𖬁
U+16B01
𖬂
U+16B02
𖬃
U+16B03
𖬄
U+16B04
𖬅
U+16B05
𖬆
U+16B06
𖬇
U+16B07
𖬈
U+16B08
𖬉
U+16B09
𖬊
U+16B0A
𖬋
U+16B0B
𖬌
U+16B0C
𖬍
U+16B0D
𖬎
U+16B0E
𖬏
U+16B0F
𖬐
U+16B10
𖬑
U+16B11
𖬒
U+16B12
𖬓
U+16B13
𖬔
U+16B14
𖬕
U+16B15
𖬖
U+16B16
𖬗
U+16B17
𖬘
U+16B18
𖬙
U+16B19
𖬚
U+16B1A
𖬛
U+16B1B

Consonant onsets

𖬜
U+16B1C
𖬝
U+16B1D
𖬞
U+16B1E
𖬟
U+16B1F
𖬠
U+16B20
𖬡
U+16B21
𖬢
U+16B22
𖬣
U+16B23
𖬤
U+16B24
𖬥
U+16B25
𖬦
U+16B26
𖬧
U+16B27
𖬨
U+16B28
𖬩
U+16B29
𖬪
U+16B2A
𖬫
U+16B2B
𖬬
U+16B2C
𖬭
U+16B2D
𖬮
U+16B2E
𖬯
U+16B2F

Combining diacritical marks

𖬰
U+16B30
𖬱
U+16B31
𖬲
U+16B32
𖬳
U+16B33
𖬴
U+16B34
𖬵
U+16B35
𖬶
U+16B36

Punctuation

𖬷
U+16B37
𖬸
U+16B38
𖬹
U+16B39
𖬺
U+16B3A
𖬻
U+16B3B

Mathematical operators

𖬼
U+16B3C
𖬽
U+16B3D
𖬾
U+16B3E
𖬿
U+16B3F

Modifier letters

𖭀
U+16B40
𖭁
U+16B41
𖭂
U+16B42
𖭃
U+16B43

Punctuation

𖭄
U+16B44
𖭅
U+16B45
U+16B46
U+16B47
U+16B48
U+16B49
U+16B4A
U+16B4B
U+16B4C
U+16B4D
U+16B4E
U+16B4F

Digits

𖭐
U+16B50
𖭑
U+16B51
𖭒
U+16B52
𖭓
U+16B53
𖭔
U+16B54
𖭕
U+16B55
𖭖
U+16B56
𖭗
U+16B57
𖭘
U+16B58
𖭙
U+16B59
U+16B5A

Numbers

𖭛
U+16B5B
𖭜
U+16B5C
𖭝
U+16B5D
𖭞
U+16B5E
𖭟
U+16B5F
𖭠
U+16B60
𖭡
U+16B61
U+16B62

Logographs

𖭣
U+16B63
𖭤
U+16B64
𖭥
U+16B65
𖭦
U+16B66
𖭧
U+16B67
𖭨
U+16B68
𖭩
U+16B69
𖭪
U+16B6A
𖭫
U+16B6B
𖭬
U+16B6C
𖭭
U+16B6D
𖭮
U+16B6E
𖭯
U+16B6F
𖭰
U+16B70
𖭱
U+16B71
𖭲
U+16B72
𖭳
U+16B73
𖭴
U+16B74
𖭵
U+16B75
𖭶
U+16B76
𖭷
U+16B77
U+16B78
U+16B79
U+16B7A
U+16B7B
U+16B7C

Logographs for clan names

𖭽
U+16B7D
𖭾
U+16B7E
𖭿
U+16B7F
𖮀
U+16B80
𖮁
U+16B81
𖮂
U+16B82
𖮃
U+16B83
𖮄
U+16B84
𖮅
U+16B85
𖮆
U+16B86
𖮇
U+16B87
𖮈
U+16B88
𖮉
U+16B89
𖮊
U+16B8A
𖮋
U+16B8B
𖮌
U+16B8C
𖮍
U+16B8D
𖮎
U+16B8E
𖮏
U+16B8F

Pahawh Hmong (RPA: Phajhauj Hmoob , known also as Ntawv Pahawh, Ntawv Keeb, Ntawv Caub Fab, Ntawv Soob Lwj) is an indigenous semi-syllabic script, invented in 1959 by Shong Lue Yang, to write two Hmong languages, Hmong Daw (Hmoob Dawb White Miao) and Hmong Njua AKA Hmong Leng (Moob Leeg Green Miao). Hmong (RPA: Hmoob) or Mong (RPA: Moob), known as First Vernacular Chuanqiandian Miao in China (Chinese: 川黔滇苗语第一土语; pinyin: Chuānqiándiān miáo yǔ dì yī tǔyǔ), is a dialect continuum of the West Hmongic branch of the Hmongic languages, sometimes known as the Chuanqiandian Cluster, which is spoken by the Hmong people of Sichuan, Yunnan, Guizhou, Guangxi, northern Vietnam, Thailand, and Laos. There are some 2.7 million speakers of varieties that are largely mutually intelligible, including 260,000 Hmong Americans. Over half of all Hmong speakers speak the various dialects in China, where the Dananshan (大南山) dialect forms the basis of the standard language. However, Hmong Daw (White Miao) and Mong Njua (Green Miao) are only widely known in Laos and the United States; Dananshan is more widely known in the native region of Hmong.

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