Phonetic Extensions

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Phonetic Extensions is a Unicode block containing phonetic characters used in the Uralic Phonetic Alphabet, Old Irish phonetic notation, the Oxford English dictionary and American dictionaries, and Americanist and Russianist phonetic notations. Its character set is continued in the following Unicode block, Phonetic Extensions Supplement.

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Phonetic Extensions
(128 code points)
ScriptsCyrillic (2 char.)
Greek (15 char.)
Latin (111 char.)
Major alphabetsUPA
Dictionary usage
Assigned128 code points
Unused0 reserved code points
Unicode version history
4.0 (2003)108 (+108)
4.1 (2005)128 (+20)
Unicode documentation
Code chart ∣ Web page
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