Re: U+1824 & U+1826

Hi Greg,

> Did you get the higher res images?
> Also the translation from Professor Kuribayashi?
In this Mongolian dictionary, there are one special writings.
Especially, the genitive suffix –u(-nu), had been written with dot in 
the left side of the usual genitive suffix –u(-nu).
Please refer the attached picture page of the dictionary.
Is this variant form can be displayed with MongolianUniversalWhite font ?
If we use alban’-u as the spelling(typing), the dot will be appears on 
the left side of the [n], but it is different with the original writings.
In the some private literature, I found several this kind of writings 
left dotted –u(-nu) after some stems ended with the vowel.
But I did not find any example words in this dictionary.
It is better to add one left dotted [-u] variant form for [-u], because 
it is written as the one variant form of [-u] in this kind of dictionary 
and literature.
This kind of variant form had been used seems at the end of the Qing 
dynasty and the Republic of China period, in the eastern Mongolian 
Would you please teach me how can I display/print this variant form ? If 
it is not exist in the font, is it possible to add one variant form with 
left dotted for –u’ –U’ ?


On 2015/11/22 17:54, Greg Eck wrote:
> Siqin,
> I am working on this U+1824/U+1826 dotted isolate issue now.
> Did you get the higher res images?
> Also the translation from Professor Kuribayashi?
> *If you could get that for us, we would have some good standing on 
> which to propose the addition of this new variant**.*
> Thanks,
> Greg
> >>>>
> Sent: Thursday, November 12, 2015 10:07 AM
> Subject: Re: U+1824 & U+1826
> I found sample of genetive dotted U+1824 and U+1826 in old mongolian 
> document.
>      u_ue_with_dot_11.jpg
>      u_ue_with_dot_12.jpg
>      u_ue_with_dot_13.jpg
>      u_ue_with_dot_14.jpg
>      u_ue_with_dot_15.jpg
> I also received request from Professor Kuribayashi about dotted U+1824 
> and U+1826 with NNBSP.
>      request_from_kuribayashi.jpg
> So, it is better to have a dotted Isolate U+1824 and U+1826, I think.
> SiqinBilige
> >>>>>

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