Symbol representing this block in the Unidings font

Old South Arabian

Block from U+10A60 to U+10A7F. This block was introduced in Unicode version 5.2 (2009). It contains 32 codepoints.

The Wikipedia provides the following information on block Old South Arabian:

Old South Arabian is a Unicode block containing characters for writing the Minean, Sabaean, Qatabanian, Hadramite, and Himyaritic languages of Yemen from the 8th century BCE to the 6th century CE.

Note that U+10A7D OLD SOUTH ARABIAN NUMBER ONE (𐩽) represents both the numeral one and a word divider.

Chart at Unicode.org (PDF)
Block at Decode Unicode

  1. 𐩠
  2. 𐩡
  3. 𐩢
  4. 𐩣
  5. 𐩤
  6. 𐩥
  7. 𐩦
  8. 𐩧
  9. 𐩨
  10. 𐩩
  11. 𐩪
  12. 𐩫
  13. 𐩬
  14. 𐩭
  15. 𐩮
  16. 𐩯
  17. 𐩰
  18. 𐩱
  19. 𐩲
  20. 𐩳
  21. 𐩴
  22. 𐩵
  23. 𐩶
  24. 𐩷
  25. 𐩸
  26. 𐩹
  27. 𐩺
  28. 𐩻
  29. 𐩼
  30. 𐩽
  31. 𐩾
  32. 𐩿