߄ U+07C4, ߄
NKO DIGIT FOUR
߃
[U+07C3]
NKo ߅
[U+07C5]

TranslingualEdit

SymbolEdit

߄ (previous ߃, next ߅)

  1. The cardinal number four.
  2. A digit in the decimal system of numbering, as well as octal, and hexadecimal. Unlike naturally developed instances of the Hindu-Arabic decimal number system, N'ko numbers have the most significant digit on the right.[1] It is Unicode policy to store the most significant digit first, so these digits have right-to-left ordering just like the consonants of the N'ko script.

Alternative formsEdit

The following are equivalent forms as digits:

The following are only equivalent as representations of the cardinal number:

See alsoEdit

(Nkoo digits): ߉ ߈ ߇ ߆ ߅ ߄ ߃ ߂ ߁ ߀

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Mamady Doumbouya (2012) Illustrated English/N'Ko Alphabet: An Introduction to N'Ko for English Speakers: Book One[1], N'Ko Institute of America, page 54