ConScript Unicode Registry


ConScript Unicode Registry

The ConScript Unicode Registry is a volunteer project to coordinate the assignment of code points in the Unicode Private Use Area for the encoding of artificial scripts.[1] It was founded by John Cowan and is maintained by John Cowan and Michael Everson. It has no formal connection with the Unicode Consortium.

The CSUR includes the following scripts:

  • Tengwar (E000–E07F) [May be in Unicode's SMP] [1]
  • Cirth (E080–E0FF) [May be in Unicode's SMP] [2]
  • Engsvanyáli (E100–E14F) [3]
  • Kinya (E150–E1AF) [4]
  • Ilianore (E1B0–E1CF) [5]
  • Syai (E1D0–E1FF) [6]
  • Verdurian (E200–E26F) [7]
  • aUI (E270–E28F) [8]
  • Amman-Iar (E290–E2BF) [9]
  • Streich (E2C0–E2CF) [10]
  • Xaîni (E2D0–E2FF) [11]
  • Mizarian (E300–E33F) [12]
  • Zírí:nka (E340–E35F) [13]
  • Sarkai (E360–E37F) [14]
  • Thelwik (E380–E3AF) [15]
  • Olaetyan (E3B0–E3FF) [16]
  • Nísklôz (E400–E42F) [17]
  • Kazat ?Akkorou (E430–E44F) [18]
  • Kazvarad (E450–E46F) [19]
  • Zarkhánd (E470–E48F) [20]
  • Røzhxh (E490–E4BF) [21]

Withdrawn because they are in Unicode:

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