Question about Karabakh Characters

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Thu Oct 5 00:09:28 CDT 2017

Thank you for your reply.
I am currently handling technical support to publish in multi-language.

This was found when we were handling a project on the Karabakh language.
I was informed that Karabakh has a dictionary containing over 40,000 words that was produced in 2013 which employs the three characters.
I personally have not seen this dictionary, but it seems that are ones that need these characters.
So I decided to make a post.

Kazunari Tsuboi

-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Everson [mailto:everson at] 
Sent: Wednesday, October 4, 2017 11:31 PM
To: Tsuboi, Kazunari
Cc: unicode Unicode Discussion
Subject: Re: Question about Karabakh Characters

They are not encoded, but that example is not sufficient. If you’d like to contact me offline we can discuss this further.

Michael Everson

> On 4 Oct 2017, at 08:39, via Unicode <unicode at> wrote:
> Hi there,
> The Karabakh language uses Armenian characters, but the following 
> characters do not have a Unicode assigned. (image1.JPG attached) They 
> are pronounced “Yi”, “Ini” and “Eh” and used with several 
> combinations. (Image2.JPG attached)
> Is there any reason these characters are not supported by Unicode?
> I would appreciate any related information.
> Thank you!
> Kazunari Tsuboi
> <image1.jpg><image2.jpg>

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