Cyrillic alphabet

(redirected from Cyrillic letter)
Also found in: Thesaurus.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
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
alfabeto cirílico
kyrillinen kirjaimisto
alphabet cyrillique
cirill ábécé
alfabet cyrylicki
alfabeto cirílico
References in periodicals archive ?
The Constitution of the Republic of Macedonia should define that "the Macedonian language and Cyrillic letter and the Albanian language and its letter are official languages in the Republic of Macedonia", said Gashi.
Furthermore, the Cyrillic letter io is a common representation of the vowel [?
For example, in the word 'lions' two characters are saved by replacing the vowels with a Cyrillic letter resembling 'io', followed by the Unicode symbol for nanosecond 'ns'.
He also has the Russian Cyrillic letter W (said like 'sh') carved on the back of his hand by a Smersh agent.
The centre part is covered with elegantly designed, multicoloured Cyrillic letters that read: 'Autographs of the Architects of the Great Russian October Revolution.
3] domain, in Cyrillic letters, has appeared on the Internet.
Themes and characters from the Holy Scripture were painted on its walls as evidenced by the numerous mortar fragments found during the excavation, on some of which there were Cyrillic letters.
The team found an impact crater in Moademiyah and a rocket engine nearby marked with Cyrillic letters - the alphabet of Russia.
The Hebrew text was transcribed in Cyrillic letters and intonation was added in diagrams.
Among the topics are grades of flax and hemp, characteristics of Russian seals, railway seals, seals from the Russian empire, Cyrillic letters on Russian seals, and seals in private collections.
eu to use Greek and Cyrillic letters before the end of the year and we are also pushing forward to have Greek and Cyrillic script versions of dot.
The Cyrillic letters on the left of the label read, =93Shalom, from Israel,= =94 while the right side employs a slang phrase meaning =93spit them out everywhere,=94 alluding to =93dirty Jews.