Cyrillic alphabet

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Noun1.Cyrillic alphabet - an alphabet derived from the Greek alphabet and used for writing Slavic languages (Russian, Bulgarian, Serbian, Ukrainian, and some other Slavic languages)
alphabet - a character set that includes letters and is used to write a language
bicameral script - a script having two distinct cases
Translations
кирилица
alfabeto cirílico
kirillitsa
kyrillinen kirjaimisto
alphabet cyrillique
cirill ábécé
alfabet cyrylicki
alfabeto cirílico
azbukacyrilika
азбукаћирилица
азбукакирилиця
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