Type ‘Thum’ in English and you get Hindi version ‘तुम’ meaning 'you'
Similarly Malayalam. When you write ‘ningal’ in English you get Malayalam version ‘നിങ്ങള്’ meaning 'you'.
Same for translating in Tamil. You type ‘neengal’ in English, you get ‘நீங்கள்’ , meaning ‘you’ in Tamil language.
This is the beauty of Unicode system.
15. Uncial : Unical is a Calligraphic style of letters, both Caps, small caps and lower case letters along with symbols. There are several styles of Unical letters available. They are hand drawn, or composed through typography or photo lettering means. This term Unical came from the Latin word 'uncus' meaning twisted, bent or crooked. The Unical was used only as block letters called Majuscule (Big letters) in the 8th and 9th Centuries in Greek, Latin and Gothic and later full alphabets designed with caps, small caps lower case letters etc were released.
16. Uncoated: A paper manufactured without having any surface coating on it like an art paper. The Coating material is China Clay, Casein, PVA etc. The uncoated paper will have more absorbency since the fibers are not covered with any material. The uncoated paper is used in many applications in printing including printing of books, low cost magazines, letterheads, stationery etc.
17. Ups: In printing, the term refers to many no of same image printed on a sheet in one pass. Supposing a job of printing 10000 labels of 3’’ x 4’’ size is received, it will be uneconomical to the printer to print one sheet with only one label in 3’’ x 4’’ size. Instead multiple images of the same label in 3’’ x 4’’ size will printed on the same sheet which will later be cut to actual sizes thus shortening the total run. Thus the total no of images placed on the sheet for printing is referred as no of Ups. Each image is an up. A job may be printed as 4 up, 6 up, 10 ups 40 ups, 50 ups etc depending upon the size of the print required, the size of the machine used and no of copies required.
18. UV Coating: In order to hasten the drying process of the printed ink, anti set off spray, interleaving and quickset inks are used. One other process in this direction is the UV drying process. Some of the inks are specially formulated to dry quickly with ultraviolet light while the sheets are delivered in the delivery pile. The UV drying speeds up the drying of the printed matter when the sheets are required to be printed again on its back side or subsequent printing is required on the same sheet. The UV curing inks are formulated to dry by polymerization process which actually hardens the ink quickly to stay on the printed surface. However a note of caution, UV drying inks are pretty costlier and are used only on special print work involving cartons of high selling consumable material whose print order will be high and required quite often in short time.
alphabet U to be continued under U/3