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I wonder why unicode-math does not render the letter Latin Gamma!?

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{unicode-math}
\setmathfont{Tahoma}
\begin{document}
$ɣ γ$
\end{document}

This only render the Greek Gamma.

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The character you're using is

ɣ U+0263 LATIN SMALL LETTER GAMMA

while the character you want is

γ U+03B3 GREEK SMALL LETTER GAMMA

They're different and should not be confused with each other.

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin_gamma for some information about U+0263.

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Thanks, What about inserting the Latin Gamma? Even setting math font to Tahoma does not print the letter. Do you mean the unicode-math can render a subset of the Unicode glyphs. –  PHPst Mar 11 at 9:57
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@PHPst I don't understand; with unicode-math, the Greek gamma is interpreted as a math character (in math mode), because this has always been customary; there's no reason for using the Latin gamma in that sense. –  egreg Mar 11 at 11:56
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