ScriptSource

Language

Kayah, Westernkyu

Subject areas for this language

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Language Features

Alternate names
Karenni, Karennyi, Karieng Daeng, Kayah Li, Red Karen, Yang Daeng
Dialects
Chi Kwe, Dawnnyjekhu, Dawtama, Northern dialect of Western Kayah, Sounglog, Southern dialect of Western Kayah, Wan Cheh
Status
Living
OpenType tag
[none]

Information from ISO 639-3 and the  Ethnologue. Only a limited amount is shown here. For more detail consult the  Ethnologue entry for Kayah, Western.

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Entries for this language

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Title Subject Area
Font - Kyebogyi SIL Fonts & Keyboards
Keyboard - Kayah with Kayah Li script Fonts & Keyboards
Keyboard - Kayah with Latin script Fonts & Keyboards
Keyboard - Kayah with Myanmar (Burmese) script Fonts & Keyboards
Kyebogyi Use & History
Kyebogyi to Unicode Teckit converter Sorting & Analysis

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Sources for this language

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Title Type
Ethnologue entry for Western Kayah - Ethnologue web page
Glottolog entry for Western Kayah - Glottolog/Langdoc web page
ISO 639-3 page for Western Kayah - ISO 639-3 web page
MultiTree entry for Western Kayah - MultiTree: A Digital Library of Language Relationships web page
OLAC resources for Western Kayah - Open Language Archives Community web page
Proposal to Change Script and Script_Extensions properties for U+A92E academic paper
SIL Archive for Western Kayah - SIL Language and Culture Archives web page
UTN11 - unicode.org web page

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Needs related to this language

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There are no needs currently listed for this language.

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