Old Permic script

Old Permic
Komi-Zyryan alphabet, created by St. Stephen of Perm. The alphabet is transposed with the names in Cyrillic and the modern Komi alphabet.
Script type
Time period
1372–17th century
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Related scripts
Parent systems
ISO 15924
ISO 15924Perm (227), ​Old Permic
Unicode alias
Old Permic
Final Accepted Script Proposal

The Old Permic script (Komi: Важ Перым гижӧм, 𐍮‎𐍐𐍕 𐍟𐍔𐍠𐍨𐍜 𐍒𐍙𐍕𐍞𐍜, Važ Perym gižöm), sometimes known by its initial two characters as Abur or Anbur, is a "highly idiosyncratic adaptation"[2] of the Cyrillic script once used to write medieval Komi (a member of the Permic branch of Finno-Ugric languages).[1]

  1. ^ a b Everson, Michael (2012-04-26). "N4263: Revised proposal for encoding the Old Permic script in the SMP of the UCS" (PDF). Working Group Document, ISO/IEC JTC1/SC2/WG2.
  2. ^ Bernard Comrie, 1996. "Adaptations of the Cyrillic Alphabet". In Daniels & Bright, The World's Writing Systems, p. 700.

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