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Russian, Ukrainian and Serbian alphabets in Unicode

Russian language alphabet

Source by Hex.

АБВГДЕЁЖЗИЙКЛМНОПРСТУФХЦЧШЩЪЫЬЭЮЯ
абвгдеёжзийклмнопрстуфхцчшщъыьэюя

Source by Dec.

АБВГДЕЁЖЗИЙКЛМНОПРСТУФХЦЧШЩЪЫЬЭЮЯ
абвгдеёжзийклмнопрстуфх

Source by Unicode characters (utf-8)

АБВГДЕЁЖЗИЙКЛМНОПРСТУФХЦЧШЩЪЫЬЭЮЯ
абвгдеёжзийклмнопрстуфхцчшщъыьэюя

Transliteration (ASCII) 1

ABVGDEJOZHZIJJKLMNOPRSTUFKHCCHSHSHH"Y'EHJUJA
abvgdejozhzijjklmnoprstufkhcchshshh"y'ehjuja

Ukrainian language alphabet

Source by Hex.

АБВГҐДЕЄЖЗИІЇЙКЛМНОПРСТУФХЦЧШЩЬЮЯ
абвгґдеєжзиіїйклмнопрстуфхцчшщьюя

Source by Dec

АБВГҐДЕЄЖЗИІЇЙКЛМНОПРСТYФХЦЧШЩЬЮЯ
абвгґдеєжзиіїйклмнопрстyфхцчшщьюя

Source by Unicode characters (utf-8)

АБВГҐДЕЄЖЗИІЇЙКЛМНОПРСТYФХЦЧШЩЬЮЯ
абвгґдеєжзиіїйклмнопрстyфхцчшщьюя

Transliteration (ASCII) 2

ABVG(GH)GDEYEZHZYIYIJKLMNOPRSTUFKHTSCHSHSHCH'YUYA
abvg(gh)gdeyezhzyiyijklmnoprstufkhtschshshch'yuya

Serbian language alphabet in Cyrillic

Source by Hex

АБВГДЂЕЖЗИЈКЛЉМНЊОПРСТЋУФХЦЧЏШ
абвгдђежзијклљмнњопрстћуфхцчџш

Source by Dec

АБВГДЂЕЖЗИЈКЛЉМНЊОПРСТЋУФХЦЧЏШ
абвгдђежзијклљмнњопрстћуфхцчџш

Source by Unicode characters (utf-8)

АБВГДЂЕЖЗИЈКЛЉМНЊОПРСТЋУФХЦЧЏШ
абвгдђежзијклљмнњопрстћуфхцчџш

Transliteration (ASCII) 3

ABVGDDJEZHZIJKLLJMNNJOPRSTCJ(CH,TJ)UFHCCHDZHSH
abvgddjezhzijklljmnnjoprstcj(ch,tj)ufhcchdzhsh

Serbian language alphabet in latinic 4

Source by Hex

ABCČĆDĐEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSŠTUVWXYZŽ(LJNJDŽ)
abcčćdđefghijklmnopqrsštuvwxyzž(ljnjdž)

Source by Dec

ABCČĆDĐEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSŠTUVWXYZŽ(LJNJDŽ)
abcčćdđefghijklmnopqrsštuvwxyzž(ljnjdž)

Source by Unicode characters (utf-8)

ABCДЊД†DДђEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSЕ TUVWXYZЕЅ(LJNJDЕЅ)
abcДЌД‡dД‘efghijklmnopqrsЕЎtuvwxyzЕѕ(ljnjdЕѕ)

Or, last three letters could be written like this (one character instead of two):
З‡ ЗЉ З„ З… З€ ЗЊ З† (U+01C7, U+01CA, U+01C4, U+01C5, U+01C9, U+01CC, U+01C6)

Further: Unicode test pages on orwell.ru

Few notes:
[1] Russian transliteration standard (in Russian lang. only: GOST 7.79-2000). [back]
[2] I couldn't find any official Ukrainian standard for transliteration. Modified GOST 7.79-2000 have been used. [back]
[3] Official standard for Serbian transliteration does not exist. I prefer the Russian one. No data about transliteration which Croats using - no big choice I think. [back]
[4] This alphabet is also used in Croatia and Slovenia as official one (in Slovenia without: Ćć, Đđ, LJ Lj lj, NJ Nj nj, DŽ Dž dž). The Croatians speaks Serbian language too(g) (the official name is Serbo-Croatian or Croatian). [back]
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