The terminology for describing the components of the glyph/symbol is in flux, but here's what I have today:
Overall, this is called a Gesture Sigil. They are squares that come together and are "threaded" to form a tessellation.
The center symbol depicting a value is known as a "rune".
The things on top are diacritical marks.
The bottom corner symbols are called L-glyphs.
Diacritics and L-glyphs are made up of 4x4 tiles known as radicals.
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