Language Tag: yi
Language Description: Yiddish
Effective Date: 12 January 2009
Registry: .SE (Stiftelsen för Internetinfrastruktur)
Contact: Anne-Marie Eklund-Löwinder Anne-Marie.Eklund-Lowinder@iis.se
Address: Box 7399, SE-10391 Stockholm, Sweden
Telephone: +46 8 452 3500 Fax: +46 8 452 3502
Relevant Policy Document URL: http://www.iis.se/pdf/allmanna_villkor_eng.pdf
This document describes the language table used by the .SE registry for the registration of domain names in the Yiddish language, which is one of the five legally recognized minority language in Sweden, and the only one not written with the Latin script. The table presented here is in compliance with the ICANN Guidelines for the Implementation of Internationalized Domain Names Version 2.1 and is intended for publication in the IANA Repository of TLD IDN Practices, for the information of prospective holders of domains in .SE and for the users of resources within those domains.
The material presented here was initially prepared by the .MUSEUM registry, which also supports the registration of names using the following repertoire. A detailed explanation of the derivation of the table, together with guidelines for name holders, is located at http://about.museum/idn/yiddish-language.pdf.
Characters are listed in this table by their Unicode code points in U+xxxx format. The Unicode name for each character appears to the right of the number sign "#" on the same line. Two consecutive code points on the same line designate a base character with a combining mark.
A combining mark may only be used with a base character that it is explicitly associated with in the table. A base character that only appears with a combining mark may not be used without that combining mark. A label that includes a HEBREW LETTER may not contain a letter or equivalent character from any other script. Neither a DIGIT nor a HYPHEN-MINUS may be placed in the initial or the final position in a label. Due to a restriction imposed by the IDNA protocol, a character with a combining mark may not appear in the final position in a label.
No prescriptive policies are attached to what in differing orthographic traditions might be seen as character variants, including characters that differ only by the presence or absence of a combining mark. The registration of a label containing any of the listed characters confers no rights to any other orthographically comparable form.
Code Point Character # U+002D # HYPHEN-MINUS # U+0030 # DIGIT ZERO U+0031 # DIGIT ONE U+0032 # DIGIT TWO U+0033 # DIGIT THREE U+0034 # DIGIT FOUR U+0035 # DIGIT FIVE U+0036 # DIGIT SIX U+0037 # DIGIT SEVEN U+0038 # DIGIT EIGHT U+0039 # DIGIT NINE # U+05D0 # HEBREW LETTER ALEF U+05D0 U+05B7 # HEBREW LETTER ALEF with HEBREW POINT PATAH U+05D0 U+05B8 # HEBREW LETTER ALEF with HEBREW POINT QAMATS U+05D1 # HEBREW LETTER BET U+05D1 U+05BF # HEBREW LETTER BET with HEBREW POINT RAFE U+05D2 # HEBREW LETTER GIMEL U+05D3 # HEBREW LETTER DALET U+05D4 # HEBREW LETTER HE U+05D5 # HEBREW LETTER VAV U+05D5 U+05BC # HEBREW LETTER VAV with HEBREW POINT DAGESH OR MAPIQ U+05D6 # HEBREW LETTER ZAYIN U+05D7 # HEBREW LETTER HET U+05D8 # HEBREW LETTER TET U+05D9 # HEBREW LETTER YOD U+05D9 U+05B4 # HEBREW LETTER YOD with HEBREW POINT HIRIQ U+05DA # HEBREW LETTER FINAL KAF U+05DB # HEBREW LETTER KAF U+05DB U+05BC # HEBREW LETTER KAF with HEBREW POINT DAGESH OR MAPIQ U+05DC # HEBREW LETTER LAMED U+05DD # HEBREW LETTER FINAL MEM U+05DE # HEBREW LETTER MEM U+05DF # HEBREW LETTER FINAL NUN U+05E0 # HEBREW LETTER NUN U+05E1 # HEBREW LETTER SAMEKH U+05E2 # HEBREW LETTER AYIN U+05E3 # HEBREW LETTER FINAL PE U+05E4 # HEBREW LETTER PE U+05E4 U+05BC # HEBREW LETTER PE with HEBREW POINT DAGESH OR MAPIQ U+05E4 U+05BF # HEBREW LETTER PE with HEBREW POINT RAFE U+05E5 # HEBREW LETTER FINAL TSADI U+05E6 # HEBREW LETTER TSADI U+05E7 # HEBREW LETTER QOF U+05E8 # HEBREW LETTER RESH U+05E9 # HEBREW LETTER SHIN U+05E9 U+05C2 # HEBREW LETTER SHIN with HEBREW POINT SIN DOT U+05EA # HEBREW LETTER TAV U+05EA U+05BC # HEBREW LETTER TAV with HEBREW POINT DAGESH OR MAPIQ U+05F2 U+05B7 # HEBREW LIGATURE YIDDISH DOUBLE YOD with HEBREW POINT PATAH (12 January 2009)