Block: CJK Unified Ideographs Extension D

Range U+2B740 - U+2B81F
Official Chart http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U2B740.pdf
Wikipedia The Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) scripts share a common background, collectively known as CJK characters. In the process called Han unification, the common (shared) characters were identified and named CJK Unified Ideographs. As of Unicode 11.0, Unicode defines a total of 87,887 CJK Unified Ideographs.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CJK_Unified_Ideographs_Extension_D
Characters
𫝀 𫝁 𫝂 𫝃 𫝄 𫝅 𫝆 𫝇 𫝈 𫝉 𫝊 𫝋 𫝌 𫝍 𫝎 𫝏 𫝐 𫝑 𫝒 𫝓 𫝔 𫝕 𫝖 𫝗 𫝘 𫝙 𫝚 𫝛 𫝜 𫝝 𫝞 𫝟 𫝠 𫝡 𫝢 𫝣 𫝤 𫝥 𫝦 𫝧 𫝨 𫝩 𫝪 𫝫 𫝬 𫝭 𫝮 𫝯 𫝰 𫝱 𫝲 𫝳 𫝴 𫝵 𫝶 𫝷 𫝸 𫝹 𫝺 𫝻 𫝼 𫝽 𫝾 𫝿 𫞀 𫞁 𫞂 𫞃 𫞄 𫞅 𫞆 𫞇 𫞈 𫞉 𫞊 𫞋 𫞌 𫞍 𫞎 𫞏 𫞐 𫞑 𫞒 𫞓 𫞔 𫞕 𫞖 𫞗 𫞘 𫞙 𫞚 𫞛 𫞜 𫞝 𫞞 𫞟 𫞠 𫞡 𫞢 𫞣 𫞤 𫞥 𫞦 𫞧 𫞨 𫞩 𫞪 𫞫 𫞬 𫞭 𫞮 𫞯 𫞰 𫞱 𫞲 𫞳 𫞴 𫞵 𫞶 𫞷 𫞸 𫞹 𫞺 𫞻 𫞼 𫞽 𫞾 𫞿 𫟀 𫟁 𫟂 𫟃 𫟄 𫟅 𫟆 𫟇 𫟈 𫟉 𫟊 𫟋 𫟌 𫟍 𫟎 𫟏 𫟐 𫟑 𫟒 𫟓 𫟔 𫟕 𫟖 𫟗 𫟘 𫟙 𫟚 𫟛 𫟜 𫟝 𫟞 𫟟 𫟠 𫟡 𫟢 𫟣 𫟤 𫟥 𫟦 𫟧 𫟨 𫟩 𫟪 𫟫 𫟬 𫟭 𫟮 𫟯 𫟰 𫟱 𫟲 𫟳 𫟴 𫟵 𫟶 𫟷 𫟸 𫟹 𫟺 𫟻 𫟼 𫟽 𫟾 𫟿 𫠀 𫠁 𫠂 𫠃 𫠄 𫠅 𫠆 𫠇 𫠈 𫠉 𫠊 𫠋 𫠌 𫠍 𫠎 𫠏 𫠐 𫠑 𫠒 𫠓 𫠔 𫠕 𫠖 𫠗 𫠘 𫠙 𫠚 𫠛 𫠜 𫠝 𫠞 𫠟