From: verdy_p (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Dec 18 2009 - 08:48:19 CST
> Interestingly, the word Unicode goes through in Latin characters.
> I wondered whether that is because there is no character for Unicode or whether there is one and it is just not in
the database being used for the translation.
> I have since learned that the word Unicode could be expressed phonetically using Katakana characters.
> Yet I am wondering whether there is a complete character for the word Unicode and, if there is not, could one be
Google translates "Unicode Code" as "ユニークなコード" ("yunīku na kōdo") using kanas. So I guess that the Japanese
translation would be translitterated as "yunīkōdo" by removing some kanas in the middle (but I don't know Japanese to
see if this can be a good translation).
But if you look at the "What is Unicode?" page on the Unicode.org web site, you'll see that it is translated as:
You can immediately infer the kanas to remove (keep the two first and the 3 last ones) to produce "ユニコード"
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