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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com, addresses that are clearly foreign, and hundreds of thousands which even use Cyrillic characters.
The discovery of Cyrillic characters was disclosed in a long-awaited report, which also said there was clear and compelling evidence that the rockets carried nerve agent sarin.
Reportedly, even the display on the Osprey Personal Tracker has been updated to support Cyrillic characters out of the box.
eu' domain name will be opened, before the end of the year, to Greek and Cyrillic characters, announced Information Society Commissioner Viviane Reding.
In order to build on this lead and exploit the rising market potential, it will be necessary to offer a navigation system modified for the Russian market, using Cyrillic characters.
The exhibited graphic works included samples of the Bulgarian characters, the oldest ones from the first capital of the Bulgarian state--7th - 10th century--the Glagolica and Cyrillic characters.
Four vendors (ATC, EV, MIPP, RPS) use the Library of Congress (LC) system for transliterating Cyrillic characters into Roman or Latin script.
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Author Richard Sylvester has collected these songs, translated the lyrics from the original Russian, transliterated the Cyrillic characters into letters of the Latin alphabet, and provided fascinating historical background for each.
Its detailed picture of a different yet familiar world is enticing and absorbing--and marred by surprisingly few howlers (Greek is not written in Cyrillic characters, nor are lambs roasted on Easter Saturday).
In addition it includes a range of TrueType fonts that allow the user to type in Eastern European and Cyrillic characters.