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Phags-pa

Range: A840—A87F Quantity of characters: 64

Consonants

U+A840
U+A841
U+A842
U+A843
U+A844
U+A845
U+A846
U+A847
U+A848
U+A849
U+A84A
U+A84B
U+A84C
U+A84D
U+A84E
U+A84F
U+A850
U+A851
U+A852
U+A853
U+A854
U+A855
U+A856
U+A857
U+A858
U+A859
U+A85A
U+A85B
U+A85C

Letter A

U+A85D

Vowels

U+A85E
U+A85F
U+A860
U+A861

Consonants

U+A862
U+A863
U+A864
U+A865

Vowel

U+A866

Subjoined consonants

U+A867
U+A868

Consonant additions for Sanskrit

U+A869
U+A86A
U+A86B
U+A86C

Alternate consonant forms for Chinese

U+A86D
U+A86E
U+A86F
U+A870

Subjoined consonant

U+A871

Consonant addition for Tibetan

U+A872

Candrabindu

U+A873

Head marks for Tibetan

U+A874
U+A875

Punctuation for Tibetan

U+A876
U+A877
U+A878
U+A879
U+A87A
U+A87B
U+A87C
U+A87D
U+A87E
U+A87F

The 'Phags-pa script, (Mongolian: дөрвөлжин үсэг «Square script») was an alphabet designed by the Tibetan monk and vice-king Drogön Chögyal Phagpa for the Mongol Yuan emperor Kublai Khan as a unified script for the literary languages of the Yuan. Widespread use was limited to about a hundred years during the Yuan Dynasty, and it fell out of use with the advent of the Ming dynasty. The documentation of its use provides clues about the changes in the varieties of  Chinese 4E00–9FFF , the  Tibetic 0F00–0FFF languages, Mongolian and other neighboring languages during the Yuan era.

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