Technical information about ISO 15924 script code
Technical information about the script code
Cher can be found below.
The Cherokee script, also known as the Cherokee syllabary, is a writing system invented in 1821 by Sequoyah to represent the sounds of the Cherokee language, primarily spoken by the Cherokee people in the United States. This script is unique in that it is a syllabary, where each symbol represents a syllable rather than a single phoneme. It is used predominantly in Oklahoma and North Carolina, where the Cherokee Nation resides. Modern operating systems and Unicode support the Cherokee script, enabling its use on computers and digital devices.
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