Definitions for "UTF-8"
Keywords:  unicode, ucs, ascii, encoded, byte
Unicode adapted into 8-bit bytes. The standard character set encoding for LDAPv3, and used by some LDAPv2 clients (notably Netscape). A key advantage of UTF-8 is that its regular US ASCII characters (A–Z, 0–9, etc.) are identical to US ASCII, Mac OS Roman, Latin-1, etc.).
See Unicode Transformation Format, 8-bit.
(n.) File System Safe Universal Transformation Format.