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Tai Le

Range: 1950—197F Quantity of characters: 48

Consonants

U+1950
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U+195A
U+195B
U+195C
U+195D
U+195E
U+195F
U+1960
U+1961
U+1962

Vowels

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U+196A
U+196B
U+196C
U+196D
U+196E
U+196F

Tone letters

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U+197A
U+197B
U+197C
U+197D
U+197E
U+197F

Tai Le is the name of Tai Nüa script, the script used for the Tai Nüa language. Tai Nüa (Tai Nüa: ᥖᥭᥰᥖᥬᥳᥑᥨᥒᥰ) (also called Tai Nɯa, Dehong Dai, or Chinese Shan; own name: Tai2 Lə6, which means «upper Tai» or «northern Tai», or ᥖᥭᥰᥖᥬᥳᥑᥨᥒᥰ ; Chinese: Dǎinǎyǔ 傣哪语 or Déhóng Dǎiyǔ 德宏傣语; Thai: ภาษาไทเหนือ, pronounced or ภาษาไทใต้คง, pronounced ) is one of the languages spoken by the Dai people in China, especially in the Dehong Dai and Jingpo Autonomous Prefecture in the southwest of Yunnan province. It is closely related to the other Tai languages. Speakers of this language across the border in Myanmar are known as Shan. It should not be confused with Tai Lü (Xishuangbanna Dai). There are also Tai Nüa speakers in Thailand.

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