Extended Bopomofo U+31A0 -U+31BF

From: Patrick Andries (pandries@iti.qc.ca)
Date: Mon Dec 13 1999 - 21:56:58 EST

As far as I know the extended Bopomofo characters are used in Taiwan to
transcribe certain local "dialects".
I wondered if anyone knows what the names given to these characters in the
Unicode 3.0 standard represent.

Are they pinyin transcription of the local names ?
What does OO (U+31A6) represent as opposed to Bopomofo U (U+3128) ?
What are NGG (U+31AD), INNN (U+31B3) ?

Any help greatly appreciated,

Patrick Andries

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