RE: U+1892/1893

Hi Greg,

Sorry for my response late. I was trying to confirm this with Professor
Shonghor and Professor Batu in Academy of Social Sciences in

Inner Mongolia. They are ALI-GALI expert I am referencing. But I was not
able to contact in these two days yet.

As my memory, it seam there no final form documented for these ALI-GALI
characters as well.

But I know all of these characters are created by imitating the Mongolian
Character U+182B_PA or U+1839_FA or U+182A_BA etc.

According to the original character’s writing rule, if these character not
defined the final form, we have selected the same tails with the original

It will be beatify the Mongolian Script’s writing.

If any linguists say the Final form of these characters are same with its
Medial form, it is ok to us to follow the opinion.

After I have reply from the two experts, let me send to all.

Thanks and Best Regards,



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From: Greg Eck []
Sent: Monday, October 26, 2015 12:28 PM
Subject: RE: U+1892/1893

Hi Jirimutu,

These are not so important as they are not specified, but can I state for
all of these final glyphs in the AliGali
(1892/1893/1899/189A/189C/189D/18A2/18A4/18A5/18A8/18AA) something like
“Almas uses the common notion that a final has a tail to create the
unspecified final”? I just want to make a simple comment as to why the
White final glyphs differ from the others.


From: Greg Eck
Sent: Sunday, October 25, 2015 4:54 PM
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Subject: U+1892/1893

Hi Jirimutu,

Do you have any attested examples for the U+1892/1893 final forms with the


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