Mende Kikakui Number 10

Andrew Cunningham at
Fri Jun 10 16:51:27 CDT 2016

Hi Phillipe,

On Saturday, 11 June 2016, Philippe Verdy <verdy_p at> wrote:

> OK, <ONE;combining TEENS> represents 11, but <ONE;combining TENS> is not
clearly represents 10, and the proposals do not exhibit 10 with the same
glyph as PU (even if it is based on it, in fact the combining TENS is a
small subscript glyph variant of letter/syllable PU intended to mark

Mende Kikakui script disolays a high degree of glyph variation. Some
variations minor, some variations more substantive.

The syllable PU can be found as it is in the charts, it can be found
looking like the number 10. Other variations are also observed.

The ideal situation would have been to encode the number 10. But in its
absence, I guess ONE+TENS may be the approach. Even though it seems less
than ideal.



Andrew Cunningham at
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