Each Unicode character has a unique codepoint – like a catalogue number. The table included here shows the codepoints for the Native language, to ensure that it is always encoded the same way. Where a character appears in parentheses, it is not to be counted as a separate letter of the alphabet for sorting purposes, but a modified version of a previous letter.
This table includes the three main orthographies: Francis-Smith, Listuguj, Lexicon.
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