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Nope.
I'm thinking single phonemes.  Are there any langs that do this?
FWIW, Eviendadhail does the same thing: constructing syllabic characters
out of component parts.  Or at least it will when I get around to
finishing the script.
-M

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> Could you be thinking of Korean?
> Korean is made up of little pieces, so for instance you take /p/ and /a/
> and put them together and you get the syllable for /pa/.
>
> ObConlang: My conlang [ti:E:G] does the same thing.  Most of the symbols
> were actually based right on Korean.
>
> -Stephen (Steg)
>  "verbing weirds language." ~ calvin (& hobbes)