Symbol representing this block in the Unidings font

Cham

Block from U+AA00 to U+AA5F. This block was introduced in Unicode version 5.1 (2008). It contains 83 codepoints.

The Wikipedia provides the following information on block Cham:

Cham is a Unicode block containing characters for writing the Cham language, primarily used for the Eastern dialect in Cambodia.

Chart at Unicode.org (PDF)
Block at Decode Unicode

  1. ꨀ
  2. ꨁ
  3. ꨂ
  4. ꨃ
  5. ꨄ
  6. ꨅ
  7. ꨆ
  8. ꨇ
  9. ꨈ
  10. ꨉ
  11. ꨊ
  12. ꨋ
  13. ꨌ
  14. ꨍ
  15. ꨎ
  16. ꨏ
  17. ꨐ
  18. ꨑ
  19. ꨒ
  20. ꨓ
  21. ꨔ
  22. ꨕ
  23. ꨖ
  24. ꨗ
  25. ꨘ
  26. ꨙ
  27. ꨚ
  28. ꨛ
  29. ꨜ
  30. ꨝ
  31. ꨞ
  32. ꨟ
  33. ꨠ
  34. ꨡ
  35. ꨢ
  36. ꨣ
  37. ꨤ
  38. ꨥ
  39. ꨦ
  40. ꨧ
  41. ꨨ
  42. ꨩ
  43. ꨪ
  44. ꨫ
  45. ꨬ
  46. ꨭ
  47. ꨮ
  48. ꨯ
  49. ꨰ
  50. ꨱ
  51. ꨲ
  52. ꨳ
  53. ꨴ
  54. ꨵ
  55. ꨶ
  56. AA37
  57. AA38
  58. AA39
  59. AA3A
  60. AA3B
  61. AA3C
  62. AA3D
  63. AA3E
  64. AA3F
  65. ꩀ
  66. ꩁ
  67. ꩂ
  68. ꩃ
  69. ꩄ
  70. ꩅ
  71. ꩆ
  72. ꩇ
  73. ꩈ
  74. ꩉ
  75. ꩊ
  76. ꩋ
  77. ꩌ
  78. ꩍ
  79. AA4E
  80. AA4F
  81. ꩐
  82. ꩑
  83. ꩒
  84. ꩓
  85. ꩔
  86. ꩕
  87. ꩖
  88. ꩗
  89. ꩘
  90. ꩙
  91. AA5A
  92. AA5B
  93. ꩜
  94. ꩝
  95. ꩞
  96. ꩟