Cyrillic Alphabets

Cyrillic Alphabets

This is a list of national variants of the Cyrillic script.

Sounds are indicated using IPA. These are only approximate indicators. While these languages by and large have phonemic orthographies, there are occasional exceptions—for example, Russian <г> represents /v/ in a number of words (e.g. его (yego, 'him/his', pronounced instead of )).

Note that transliterated spellings of names may vary, especially y/j/i, but also gh/g/h and zh/j.

See also a more complete list of languages using Cyrillic.

Read more about Cyrillic Alphabets:  Common Letters, Slavic Languages, Non-Slavic Languages, Summary Table

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