Non-spacing Mark Unicode Category
The Unicode non-spacing mark category, also known as diacritics or combining marks, are characters that are typically used in conjunction with other base characters to modify their appearance or indicate specific linguistic features, such as accent marks, vowel modifications, or tone marks. Unlike standalone characters, non-spacing marks do not occupy their own space on the page but rather combine with the preceding base character, creating a composite glyph. This category is essential for accurately rendering complex scripts and languages that require the stacking or placement of diacritics above, below, or around base characters, ensuring that the visual representation of text remains faithful to its intended linguistic nuances and phonetic qualities.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the 'Non-spacing Mark' unicode category. Currently there are 1985 characters in this category.