Tifinagh is a Unicode block containing characters of the Tifinagh alphabet, used for writing Tuareg, Berber, and other languages of North Africa.

Tifinagh (Berber pronunciation: ; also written Tifinaɣ in the Berber  Latin alphabet 0000–007F , ⵜⵉⴼⵉⵏⴰⵖ in Neo-Tifinagh, and تيفيناغ in the Berber  Arabic alphabet 0600–06FF ) is a series of abjad and alphabetic scripts used to write Berber languages. A modern derivate of the traditional script, known as Neo-Tifinagh, was introduced in the 20th century. A slightly modified version of the traditional script, called Tifinagh Ircam, is used in a number of Moroccan elementary schools in teaching the Berber language to children as well as a number of publications. The word tifinagh is thought to be a Berberized feminine plural cognate of Punic, through the Berber feminine prefix ti- and Latin Punicus; thus tifinagh could possibly mean «the  Phoenician 10900–1091F (letters)» or «the Punic letters».