Yezidi Unicode Block

The Unicode Yezidi block is a set of Unicode characters that were proposed for encoding in 2020 and are primarily used in the Yezidi writing system. The Yezidi script is used by the Yezidi community; an ethnoreligious group that primarily live in the Middle East and are mostly of Kurdish origin. The block consists of a range of characters including basic letters, vowel signs, punctuation marks, and numbers. Its overall range is 10E70–10EFF.

View a range of fonts that support the Yezidi block.

Below you will find all the characters that are in the Yezidi unicode block. Currently there are 47 characters in this block.