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ⓘ List of Cyrillic letters




                                               

Ukrainian Ye

Ukrainian Ye is a character of the Cyrillic script. It is a separate letter in the Ukrainian alphabet, the Pannonian Rusyn alphabet, and both the Carpathian Rusyn alphabets; in all of these, it comes directly after Е. In modern Church Slavonic, it is considered a variant form of Ye. Until the mid-19th century, Є/є was also used in Serbian. Other modern Slavonic languages may use Є/є shapes instead of Е/е for decorative purposes. Then, the letter is usually referred to by the older name Yest and the descriptive name Long E. In Ukrainian, Є/є commonly represents the sound /je/ or /jɛ/ like t ...

                                               

Yi (Cyrillic)

Yi is a letter of the Cyrillic script. Yi is derived from the Greek letter iota with diaeresis. It was the initial variant of the Cyrillic letter Іі, which saw change from two dots to one in 18th century, possibly inspired by similar Latin letter i. Later two variants of the letter separated to become distinct letters in the Ukrainian alphabet. It is used in the Ukrainian alphabet, the Pannonian Rusyn alphabet, and the Presov Rusyn alphabet of Slovakia, where it represents the iotated vowel sound /ji, like the pronunciation of ⟨yea⟩ in yea st". As the historical variant of the Cyrillic Іі ...

                                               

O (Cyrillic)

O is a letter of the Cyrillic script. O commonly represents the close-mid back rounded vowel /o, like the pronunciation of ⟨o⟩ in Scottish English "go".

                                               

Palochka

The palochka or palotchka is a letter in the Cyrillic script. The letter usually has only a capital form, which is also used in lowercase text. The capital form of the palochka often looks like the capital form of the Cyrillic letter soft-dotted I, the capital form of the Latin letter I, and the lowercase form of the Latin letter L. The letter was introduced in the late 1930s.

                                               

Es (Cyrillic)

Es is a letter of the Cyrillic script. It commonly represents the voiceless alveolar fricative /s, like the pronunciation of ⟨s⟩ in s and".

                                               

The (Cyrillic)

The is a letter of the Cyrillic script. The name the is pronounced, like the pronunciation of ⟨the⟩ in the ft". In Unicode, this letter is called "Es with descender". In Chuvashia, it looks identical to the Latin letter C with cedilla. Occasionally it also has the hook diacritic curved rightward like an ogonek, as in the SVG image shown in the sidebar. In many fonts, the character hooks to the left. The is used in the alphabets of the Bashkir and Chuvash languages. In Chuvash it represents the voiceless alveolo-palatal fricative /ɕ/. In Bashkir it represents the voiceless dental fricative ...

List of Cyrillic letters
                                     

ⓘ List of Cyrillic letters

Variants of Cyrillic are used by the writing systems of many languages, especially languages used in the former Soviet Union. The tables below list the Cyrillic letters in use in various modern languages and show the primary sounds they represent in them. Letter forms with a combined diacritic which are not considered separate letters in any language are excluded from the tables, with the exception of ѐ and ѝ. The highlighted letters are those of the basic Cyrillic alphabet; archaic letters no longer in use in any language today are not listed.

For letters not on this list, see Template:Infobox Cyrillic letter.

                                     
  • Yu Ю ю italics: Ю ю is a letter of the Cyrillic script used in East Slavic and Bulgarian alphabets. In English, Yu is commonly romanized as yu In
  • Kha or Ha Х х italics: Х х is a letter of the Cyrillic script. It looks the same as the Latin letter X X x X x in both uppercase and lowercase
  • in Cyrillic The following table lists the Cyrillic letters which are used in the alphabets of most of the national languages which use a Cyrillic alphabet
  • Rha Ԗ ԗ italics: Ԗ ԗ is a letter of the Cyrillic script. It looks like a cross - digraph of the Cyrillic letters Er Р р and Kha Х х but it is not
  • of the Cyrillic script. It commonly represents the unaspirated voiceless bilabial plosive p like the pronunciation of p in spin The Cyrillic letter
  • letter of the Cyrillic script. It commonly represents the voiceless velar plosive k like the pronunciation of k in king The Cyrillic letter Ka
  • Che or Cha Ч ч italics: Ч ч is a letter of the Cyrillic script. It commonly represents the voiceless postalveolar affricate tʃ like tch in switch
  • Lha Ԕ ԕ italics: Ԕ ԕ is a letter of the Cyrillic script. It looks like a cross - digraph of the Cyrillic letters El Л л and Kha Х х Л and Х. Lha
  • italics: Ꚑ ꚑ is a letter of the Cyrillic script. The shape of the letter originated as a ligature of the Cyrillic letters Te Т т Т т and Es С с С с

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