Re: Bhutanese marks

From: C J Fynn (
Date: Tue Jan 06 2004 - 09:21:22 EST

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    Sorry, the second U+0F09 should have been U+0F0A

    > > It would be useful to explain what the two marks already encoded are
    > > used for in Dzongka, to show the contrast.
    > U+0F09 BSKUR YIG MGO is used on ordinary or casual correspondence and at the
    > start of lists.

        xxxxxxx -> U+0F0A
    > U+0F09 which was erroneously named BKA-SHOG YIG MGO (should have been ZHU-YIG
    > GO RGYAN), is used for writing respectfully to a senior particularly when
    > requesting something. e.g when writing to a government officer or minister
    > requesting a licence or permit, when petitioning the court and so on.
    > - Chris

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