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e.thumbhide = e.thumbhide===undefined ? Assamese is Clusters of up to four consonants can be orthographically represented as a typographic ligature called a consonant conjunct (Bengali: যুক্তাক্ষর/যুক্তবর্ণ juktakkhôr/juktôbôrnô or more specifically যুক্তব্যঞ্জন). For example, the letter ত tô and the numeral ৩ "3" are distinguishable only by the presence or absence of the matra, as is the case between the consonant cluster ত্র trô and the independent vowel এ e. The letter-forms also employ the concepts of letter-width and letter-height (the vertical space between the visible matra and an invisible baseline). So, for example, most scripts share the common Capital letters are absent in the Bengali script so proper names are unmarked. Languages like Meitei and Bishnupriya Manipuri use a hybrid of the two alphabets, with the Bengali র and the Assamese ৱ. Tirhuta is more different and carries forward some forms used in medieval Assamese. The font should produce the correct shape. called ya-phalā. through third century A.D., and the fourth through sixth centuries A.D., respectively (HEP 113), though others refer to his "Late Brahmi" as "Gupta script".' Romanization of Bengali is the representation of the Bengali language in the Latin script. of a consonant cluster it has a special shape Q: Where can I find documentation about Bengali in Unicode? Block letter meaning in Bengali - গোটা অক্ষর; ; | English – Bangla & English (E2B) Online Dictionary. December 28, 2019 Add Comment Edit. instead of Bengali. Western punctuation marks, such as U+002C "," COMMA and U+002E "." Bangla meaning of alphabet is as below. As the first member of a conjunct, or when at the end of a word and followed by no vowel, ত tô can appear as. sequence that users in a particular language would consider a single entity. An apostrophe, known in Bengali as ঊর্ধ্বকমা urdhbôkôma "upper comma", is sometimes used to distinguish between homographs, as in পাটা pata "plank" and পাʼটা pa'ta "the leg". The appropriate use of this character is described in Though the chart sports the Assamese, Modern Eastern Nagari or Bengali-Assames script, 'The theory of a Semitic origin for Brahmi, [as opposed to Indus origin], does have a strong, if not entirely conclusive, body of concrete evidence in its favor.'