Rick McGowan wrote:
> Oh you mean NAXI!
The "x" represents IPA [x], so "kh" is also a plausible representation
that cannot be confused with Pinyin "x" (IPA [\u0255]).
> or "Moso" as it's also called. This is a non-Han
> ideographic script that is in current use. The scholars in China should
> probably propose it for encoding
I think it should not be encoded; see previous posting.
The Naxi syllabary (about which I have
essentially no information) might be a candidate.
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