> [Alain] Michael Everson and I (I provided photographic evidence) have
> pushed for the inclusion of this character in the UCS and I think it will
> be. Actually this character is probably a vertically stacked digraph "ou"
> (so it is an open "8" on top rather than the digit 8, in the original
> writings of the French missionaries, at a time where "w" was a letter
> unknown in French.
0222 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER OU
0223 LATIN SMALL LETTER OU
These characters will be in the Unicode Standard, Version 3.0
and in ISO/IEC 10646-1 revised edition. (They are part of
Amendment 30 to 10646, which should pass its FPDAM ballotting
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