Noto Serif Ahom is a modulated (β€œserif”) design for texts in the Southeast Asian Ahom script.

Noto Serif Ahom contains 76 glyphs, 7 OpenType features, and supports 63 characters from the Unicode block Ahom.

Supported writing systems


Ahom (π‘œ’π‘œ‘π‘œͺπ‘œ¨) is a Southeast Asian abugida, written left-to-right. Was used in the 13th–18th century CE by the Tai Ahom community in India for the now-extinct Ahom language. Later largely replaced by the Assamese language and script. Read more on ScriptSource, Unicode, Wikipedia, Wiktionary, r12a.