Marco Cimarosti wrote:
> In fact, my understanding of likes like this:
> U+4E07 kKorean MAN MWUK
> U+4E32 kKorean KOC KWAN CHEN
> Is that they are a lists of alternative *mono*-syllabic readings (i.e. I see
> the blank as an "OR"):
You are probably right. However, my understanding was that the KS standard (and
a fortiori Unicode) contains multiple codepoints (one in the Unified Han block,
one or more in the CJK Compatibility Ideographs block) in such cases.
There is no compatibility ideograph for U+4E07, and there is only one (U+F905)
> U+4EBB kKorean SA-LAM-IN-PYEN
I missed this one. Your argument sounds plausible.
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