Noto Sans Pahawh Hmong is an unmodulated (“sans serif”) design for texts in the East Asian Pahawh Hmong script.

Noto Sans Pahawh Hmong contains 135 glyphs, 2 OpenType features, and supports 134 characters from the Unicode block Pahawh Hmong.

Supported writing systems

Pahawh Hmong

Pahawh Hmong (𖬖𖬰𖬝𖬵 𖬄𖬶𖬟 𖬌𖬣𖬵) is an East Asian syllabary. Used in China, Vietnam, Laos and Thailand for the Hmong language (over 0.2 million speakers). The script as a whole is read left-to-right but each syllable is written right-to-left. Created in 1959 by Shong Lue. Hmong is also written in the Romanized Popular Alphabet by William Smalley. Needs software support for complex text layout (shaping). Read more on ScriptSource, Unicode, Wikipedia, Wiktionary, r12a.