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Hungarian Cyrillic alphabet

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The Hungarian Cyrillic alphabet is used in Vojvodina in Serbia. It was first introduced in 1945.

IPA Transcription Hungarian letter Cyrillic Letter Letter name
/ɒ/ A a Я я я
/aː/ Á á А а а
/b/ B b Б б бе
/ts/ C c Ц ц це
/tʃ/ Cs cs Ч ч чэ
/d/ D d Д д де
/dz/ DZ dz Ѕ ѕ ѕе
/dʒ/ Dzs dzs Џ џ џе
/ɛ/ E e Э э э
/eː/ É é Е е е
/f/ F f Ф ф эф
/ɡ/ G g Г г ге
/ɟ/ Gy gy Ђ ђ ђе
/ç~ȷ̊/ H h Х х ха
/i/ I i И и и
/iː/ Í í І̇ і і
/j/ J j Ј ј/Й й йе/је
/ɥ/ Ly ly
/k/ K k К к ка
/l/ L l Л л эл
/n/ N n Н н эн
/m/ M m М м эм
/ɲ/ Ny ny Њ њ эњ
/ɔ/ O o О о о
/oː/ Ó ó Ё ё ё
/ø/ Ö ö Ө ө ө
/øː/ Ő ő Өө өө өө
/p/ P p П п пе
/ʝ~rʲ/ R r Р р эр
/ʃ/ S s Ш ш ше
/s/ Sz sz С с эс
/t/ T t Т̵ т̵ т̵е
/c/ Ty ty Ћ ћ ће
/u/ U u У у у
/uː/ Ú ú Ю ю ю
/y/ Ü ü Ұ ұ ұ
/yː/ Ű ű Ү ү ү
/v/ V v В в ве
/z/ Z z З з зе
/ʒ/ Zs zs Ж ж же

Letters only in loanwords include Q (Ќ ќ), W (В в), X (Хс хс), and Y (Ь ь).

Other versions[edit | edit source]

Another version of the Hungarian Cyrillic alphabet and Georgian Cyrillic alphabet was invented by Samuel P. Bateman, who wanted to make it easier for Hungarians to learn Russian as a second language. The Hungarian Cyrillic alphabet was mostly based on the Russian, Macedonian, Serbian and Azerbaijani Cyrillic alphabets, and is used for writing in the Hungarian language. Most of the digraphs used in the Hungarian Latin alphabet are replaced by single letters in Cyrillic, thereby making it more phonetic.

This version of the Hungarian Cyrillic alphabet contains 42 letters in total.

External links[edit | edit source]

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