Shan, Mon, Kayin, Chin extensions to Burmese

From: Michael Everson (
Date: Sun Aug 02 1998 - 17:50:00 EDT

Attached is a PDF file with some glyphs which are, apparently, extensions
to the Latin alphabet used with the Shan language.

I have no idea what any of the glyphs are used for, whether the set is
exhaustive (though it is intended to be), or whether the set is error-free.
I didn't bother to make all the glyphs for the digits because I was getting
tired. They all (except 0) differ from the usual Burmese digits.

Anyone have information on Shan?

Or on Mon? Kayin? Chin?

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