[INDOLOGY] Sinhala half nasal plus m

Harry Spier hspier.muktabodha at gmail.com
Fri Aug 5 18:23:48 EDT 2016


ISO 15919 has m with the chandra sign above it for this character, but I
also could not find this in a unicode font.  Is it possible that there is
no unicode slot for this  character.  That would mean that some ISO 15919
characters are not in Unicode.

Harry Spier

On Fri, Aug 5, 2016 at 9:27 AM, Rolf Heinrich Koch <
rolfheiner.koch at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear list members,
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> there is one Sinhala sign consisting of a half-nasal with following ba,
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> like in a-m-ba (mango).
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> Unicode has a half-nasal for n, e. g. paňdita.
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> But I could not figure out the corresponding sign for the half-nasal m.
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> Since the anusvara ṃ is also frequent in Sinhala, I am using ṁ for
> transcribing the half nasal m, e. g. aṁba.
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> My work does not allow the composition of signs with the help of an
> additional accent.
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> Anyone came across the Unicode-standard for he half nasal of m?
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> Best
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> Rolf Heinrich Koch
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> www.rolfheinrichkoch.wordpress.com
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