Limbu alphabet

The Limbu script is an abugida that is used to write the Limbu language. It was invented in the 9th century, then fell into disuse, and came in the 17th century, then again in everyday use. Unlike other writings of the Indian font family does not contain any own characters for vowels at the beginning of a word, but rather a vowel carrier, which can be combined with the vowel signs. Unicode contains Limbu characters in the range 1900- 194F.