See also: , , , and 𬼀

𫜵 U+2B735, 𫜵
CJK Unified Ideographs Extension C 𫜶

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Han character edit

𫜵 (Kangxi radical 4, 丿+3, 4 strokes, composition 𰀪)

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Vietnamese edit

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Glyph origin edit

Debated. Probably, top part of the character (to do). In this case, cognate with Korean and Japanese 𬼀. Alternatively, a purely phonetic simplification of the character (to overflow) (Sino-Vietnamese reading lạm).[1]

Was unified in Unicode with (top form of Kangxi radical #87) up until the version 14.0 (2021).

Han character edit

𫜵: Hán Nôm readings: làm

  1. to do; to make

References edit

  1. ^ Eiso Chan, Lee Collins, Ngô Thanh Nhàn (2020) “Request to dis-unify U+722B”, in UTC Document Register[1] (PDF), retrieved 2022-05-27