Nyiakeng Puachue Hmong Unicode Script
The Nyiakeng Puachue Hmong script is used for writing the White Hmong and Green Hmong languages. It has also been called Ntawv Txawjvaag ‘the Chervang script’, named after its inventor, the Reverend Chervang Kong, who devised it in the 1980s for use within his church. This script has been used by members of the United Christians Liberty Evangelical church in America for more than 25 years, in printed material and videos. It is reported to have some use in Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, France, and Australia. The script is also called Hmong Kong Hmong, and Pa Dao Hmong. Another unrelated Flower Hmong script devised in 1959 is also called Paj Ntaub. Several of the consonant letters appear to have been derived from the shapes of Hebrew characters.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the 'Nyiakeng Puachue Hmong' unicode script category. Currently there are 71 characters in this category.