Western Cham in Akhar Jawi

Andrew Cunningham lang.support at gmail.com
Mon Oct 27 00:36:24 CDT 2014

Hi all,

When Western Cham is written in the Arabic script, there is regional
variation in the Arabic characters used. Two varieties I am looking at use
a character that i can't see in the Unicode charts, although I may have
missed it.

The character is a alef with three dots above (with the dots pointing
upwards), see the attached images.

has anyone come across this character used in other contexts?


Andrew Cunningham
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