Vai Unicode Block
The Unicode Vai block, also known as the "Vai Syllabary," is a dedicated section within the Unicode Standard designed to encode characters used for writing the Vai script. The Vai script is primarily employed by the Vai people of Liberia to write their Mande language. This block includes a range of Vai syllabic characters, numerals, and punctuation marks, allowing for the representation of Vai text in digital documents and communication. Unicode's inclusion of the Vai script supports the preservation and dissemination of the Vai cultural heritage by making it accessible in modern technology and digital platforms.
View a range of fonts that support the Vai block.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the Vai unicode block. Currently there are 300 characters in this block.