Tai Le Unicode Block

The Unicode Tai Le block, designated as "Tai Le" and represented by the range U+1950 to U+197F, is a character encoding block within the Unicode Standard. Tai Le is a script primarily used by the Tai Le people in China and Myanmar for writing the Tai Nüa language. This block includes a set of characters and diacritics necessary for the representation of Tai Nüa texts. The Tai Le script is known for its distinct characters and unique writing style, featuring a combination of consonants, vowels, tone marks, and other special symbols. The Unicode Tai Le block ensures the digital representation and preservation of Tai Le texts for linguistic research, cultural preservation, and communication purposes.

View a range of fonts that support the Tai Le block.

Below you will find all the characters that are in the Tai Le unicode block. Currently there are 35 characters in this block.