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Private Use Area 4: Base-line abbreviation characters

This range includes those abbreviation signs which typically occupy a position on the base line. Several base-line abbreviation characters can be identified with existing characters in the Standard:

In v. 5.1 of the Unicode Standard, the majority of the characters in this subrange have been inluded in Latin Extended-D (pp. 78–85), and have therefore been decommissioned (highlighted in yellow).

Glyph EntityNumericCodepoint ChartDescriptionVersion Andron
E8A3&autem;E8A3PUA-4LATIN ABBREVIATION SIGN AUTEMUni.:
MUFI: 4.0
(has a decommissioned character in Andron Scriptor Web; the code point E8A3 should now be used for LATIN ABBREVIATION SIGN AUTEM)
F142&ET;F142PUA-4LATIN ABBREVIATION SIGN CAPITAL ETUni.:
MUFI: 3.0
The small form of the above character is 204A TIRONIAN SIGN ET in General Punctuation (p. 64).
F158&etslash;F158PUA-4LATIN ABBREVIATION SIGN SMALL ET WITH STROKEUni.:
MUFI: 3.0
F159&de;F159PUA-4LATIN ABBREVIATION SIGN SMALL DEUni.:
MUFI: 3.0
Used for Denar, Denier and Pfennig, and should therefore be distinguished from the italic form of 00F0 LATIN SMALL LETTER ETH. It should, however, be unified with F159 LATIN ABBREVIATION SIGN SMALL DE (p. 106 above). The previous code point, F2E5, should be retained and not used for any new character. Also defined as LATIN SMALL LETTER D ROTUNDA WITH BAR (&drotbar;).
F1A5&USbase;F1A5PUA-4LATIN ABBREVIATION SIGN SPACING BASE-LINE CAPITAL USUni.:
MUFI: 3.0
This character is positioned on the base line and has capital form (full height).
F1A6&usbase;F1A6PUA-4LATIN ABBREVIATION SIGN SPACING BASE-LINE USUni.:
MUFI: 3.0
This character is positioned on the base line, but not with full height.
F1A7&ETslash;F1A7PUA-4LATIN ABBREVIATION SIGN CAPITAL ET WITH STROKEUni.:
MUFI: 3.0
F1AC&sem;F1ACPUA-4LATIN ABBREVIATION SIGN SEMICOLONUni.:
MUFI: 3.0
The character 003B SEMICOLON can be used for the frequent abbreviation sign of similar shape. However, some encoders might want to have a separate character, in which case we recommend using F1AC LATIN ABBREVIATION SIGN SEMICOLON. Neither character should be unified with F1EA PUNCTUS VERSUS, which is a punctuation mark (see p. 145 below).
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