Writing System

Tigrinya written with Ethiopic scriptti

Subject areas for this writing system

StatusCurrently in use
LanguageTigrinya [tir]
ScriptEthiopic (Geʻez) [Ethi]
CLDR Locale  ti [Tigrinya]

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Title Subject Area
Abyssinica SIL Fonts & Keyboards
Ge'ez Software Package Fonts & Keyboards
Geez Handwriting fonts Fonts & Keyboards
Lexilogos Online Keyboard Fonts & Keyboards
Linguist's Software - LaserAmharic Font Fonts & Keyboards
Names of Months and Days in Tigrinya Use & History
SIL Ethiopic Keyman keyboard Fonts & Keyboards


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Sources for this writing system

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Title Type
ALA-LC Romanization Tables - Library of Congress web page
Ethiopic (Ge'ez) Script Keyboards - web page
Language-Specific Style Guides from Microsoft web page
Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Tigrinya - Unicode - UDHR web page


Needs related to this writing system

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Description Category Status
OCR in Ethiopic, Bengali, Gujarati scripts Software Unmet


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