Symbol representing this block in the Unidings font

Bamum

Block from U+A6A0 to U+A6FF. This block was introduced in Unicode version 5.2 (2009). It contains 88 codepoints.

The Wikipedia provides the following information on block Bamum:

Bamum is a Unicode block containing the characters of stage-G Bamum script, used for modern writing of the Bamum language of western Cameroon. Characters for writing earlier orthographies (stages A–F) are contained in a Bamum Supplement block.

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Block at Decode Unicode

  1. ꚠ
  2. ꚡ
  3. ꚢ
  4. ꚣ
  5. ꚤ
  6. ꚥ
  7. ꚦ
  8. ꚧ
  9. ꚨ
  10. ꚩ
  11. ꚪ
  12. ꚫ
  13. ꚬ
  14. ꚭ
  15. ꚮ
  16. ꚯ
  17. ꚰ
  18. ꚱ
  19. ꚲ
  20. ꚳ
  21. ꚴ
  22. ꚵ
  23. ꚶ
  24. ꚷ
  25. ꚸ
  26. ꚹ
  27. ꚺ
  28. ꚻ
  29. ꚼ
  30. ꚽ
  31. ꚾ
  32. ꚿ
  33. ꛀ
  34. ꛁ
  35. ꛂ
  36. ꛃ
  37. ꛄ
  38. ꛅ
  39. ꛆ
  40. ꛇ
  41. ꛈ
  42. ꛉ
  43. ꛊ
  44. ꛋ
  45. ꛌ
  46. ꛍ
  47. ꛎ
  48. ꛏ
  49. ꛐ
  50. ꛑ
  51. ꛒ
  52. ꛓ
  53. ꛔ
  54. ꛕ
  55. ꛖ
  56. ꛗ
  57. ꛘ
  58. ꛙ
  59. ꛚ
  60. ꛛ
  61. ꛜ
  62. ꛝ
  63. ꛞ
  64. ꛟ
  65. ꛠ
  66. ꛡ
  67. ꛢ
  68. ꛣ
  69. ꛤ
  70. ꛥ
  71. ꛦ
  72. ꛧ
  73. ꛨ
  74. ꛩ
  75. ꛪ
  76. ꛫ
  77. ꛬ
  78. ꛭ
  79. ꛮ
  80. ꛯ
  81. ꛰
  82. ꛱
  83. ꛲
  84. ꛳
  85. ꛴
  86. ꛵
  87. ꛶
  88. ꛷
  89. A6F8
  90. A6F9
  91. A6FA
  92. A6FB
  93. A6FC
  94. A6FD
  95. A6FE
  96. A6FF