Find non-ASCII characters used by a given language, or languages that use a given non-ASCII character. While largely correct, the information may not all be 100% reliable. Please read the notes below. Click on green characters to learn what they are.

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Updated Sun 21 Jul 2019 • tags counterstyles, scriptnotes, apps

This page allows you to track the correspondences between languages and non-ASCII Unicode characters. It isn't claimed that this list is exhaustively correct, so you should treat it as an approximation. Much of the initial information was derived from CLDR and/or the Unicode site's UDHR transcripts. However, languages that cite GitHub in the list of sources are generally more reliable, since they are based on research.

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