It seems like every time I look up a CJK ext. B character it invariably says:
For example I just looked up the character:
A few days ago I was looking up 𠷨, which zisea again notes:
And before that, I was looking up 𢵞, which again zisea says:
These just don't seem like characters that people would use for naming names.
I'm just glad the other characters I came across: 𤖼, 𦤣 and 𢛒 - weren't considered characters for names.
Why do the Taiwanese have such strange characters for names?