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Lepcha

U+1C00 – U+1C4F   (7168–7247)

The Lepcha range was introduced with version 5.1.0 of the Unicode Standard, and is located in Plane 0, the Basic Multilingual Plane.

Lepcha is a complex, Brahmic script that is used in Sikkim and West Bengal for the Lepcha language. It was devised around 1720 C.E. in Sikkim, and is derived from Tibetan.

The characters that appear in the “Character” columns of the following table depend on the browser that you are using, the fonts installed on your computer, and the browser options you have chosen that determine the fonts used to display particular character sets, encodings or languages.

There are no Unicode fonts designed specifically for Lepcha.

To see exactly which characters are included in a particular font, you can use a utility such as Andrew West’s BabelMap, or WunderMoosen’s FontChecker.

If you are not familiar with the characters, you can check the characters displayed here with the graphical display at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1C00.pdf.

Character
(decimal)
DecimalCharacter
(hex)
HexName
71681C00LEPCHA LETTER KA
71691C01LEPCHA LETTER KLA
71701C02LEPCHA LETTER KHA
71711C03LEPCHA LETTER GA
71721C04LEPCHA LETTER GLA
71731C05LEPCHA LETTER NGA
71741C06LEPCHA LETTER CA
71751C07LEPCHA LETTER CHA
71761C08LEPCHA LETTER JA
71771C09LEPCHA LETTER NYA
71781C0ALEPCHA LETTER TA
71791C0BLEPCHA LETTER THA
71801C0CLEPCHA LETTER DA
71811C0DLEPCHA LETTER NA
71821C0ELEPCHA LETTER PA
71831C0FLEPCHA LETTER PLA
71841C10LEPCHA LETTER PHA
71851C11LEPCHA LETTER FA
71861C12LEPCHA LETTER FLA
71871C13LEPCHA LETTER BA
71881C14LEPCHA LETTER BLA
71891C15LEPCHA LETTER MA
71901C16LEPCHA LETTER MLA
71911C17LEPCHA LETTER TSA
71921C18LEPCHA LETTER TSHA
71931C19LEPCHA LETTER DZA
71941C1ALEPCHA LETTER YA
71951C1BLEPCHA LETTER RA
71961C1CLEPCHA LETTER LA
71971C1DLEPCHA LETTER HA
71981C1ELEPCHA LETTER HLA
71991C1FLEPCHA LETTER VA
72001C20LEPCHA LETTER SA
72011C21LEPCHA LETTER SHA
72021C22LEPCHA LETTER WA
72031C23LEPCHA LETTER A
ᰓᰤ7204ᰓᰤ1C24LEPCHA SUBJOINED LETTER YA (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰥ7205ᰓᰥ1C25LEPCHA SUBJOINED LETTER RA (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰦ7206ᰓᰦ1C26LEPCHA VOWEL SIGN AA (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰧ7207ᰓᰧ1C27LEPCHA VOWEL SIGN I (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰨ7208ᰓᰨ1C28LEPCHA VOWEL SIGN O (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰩ7209ᰓᰩ1C29LEPCHA VOWEL SIGN OO (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰪ7210ᰓᰪ1C2ALEPCHA VOWEL SIGN U (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰫ7211ᰓᰫ1C2BLEPCHA VOWEL SIGN UU (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰬ7212ᰓᰬ1C2CLEPCHA VOWEL SIGN E (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰭ7213ᰓᰭ1C2DLEPCHA CONSONANT SIGN K (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰮ7214ᰓᰮ1C2ELEPCHA CONSONANT SIGN M (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰯ7215ᰓᰯ1C2FLEPCHA CONSONANT SIGN L (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰰ7216ᰓᰰ1C30LEPCHA CONSONANT SIGN N (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰱ7217ᰓᰱ1C31LEPCHA CONSONANT SIGN P (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰲ7218ᰓᰲ1C32LEPCHA CONSONANT SIGN R (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰳ7219ᰓᰳ1C33LEPCHA CONSONANT SIGN T (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰴ7220ᰓᰴ1C34LEPCHA CONSONANT SIGN NYIN-DO (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰵ7221ᰓᰵ1C35LEPCHA CONSONANT SIGN KANG (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓᰶ7222ᰓᰶ1C36LEPCHA SIGN RAN (combined with ba (ᰓ))
ᰓ᰷7223ᰓ᰷1C37LEPCHA SIGN NUKTA (combined with ba (ᰓ))
72271C3BLEPCHA PUNCTUATION TA-ROL
72281C3CLEPCHA PUNCTUATION NYET THYOOM TA-ROL
72291C3DLEPCHA PUNCTUATION CER-WA
72301C3ELEPCHA PUNCTUATION TSHOOK CER-WA
᰿7231᰿1C3FLEPCHA PUNCTUATION TSHOOK
72321C40LEPCHA DIGIT ZERO
72331C41LEPCHA DIGIT ONE
72341C42LEPCHA DIGIT TWO
72351C43LEPCHA DIGIT THREE
72361C44LEPCHA DIGIT FOUR
72371C45LEPCHA DIGIT FIVE
72381C46LEPCHA DIGIT SIX
72391C47LEPCHA DIGIT SEVEN
72401C48LEPCHA DIGIT EIGHT
72411C49LEPCHA DIGIT NINE
72451C4DLEPCHA LETTER TTA
72461C4ELEPCHA LETTER TTHA
72471C4FLEPCHA LETTER DDA

Copyright © 2008 Alan Wood

The hexadecimal numbers and the character names in the above table are taken from the Unicode 5.1.0 Character Database, Copyright © 1991–2008 Unicode, Inc., as contained in UnicodeData.txt on the Unicode Web site (http://www.unicode.org/Public/UNIDATA/) in April 2008.

Created 10th April 2008 – Last updated 11th April 2008

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