Serbian Cyrillic alphabet

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The Serbian Cyrillic alphabet (Serbian: српска/Вукова ћирилица, srpska/Vukova ćirilica, literally "Serbian/Vuk's Cyrillic alphabet") is the official and traditional alphabet used to write the Serbian language.

The alphabet[change | change source]

The following table gives the upper and lower letters forms of the Serbian Cyrillic alphabet, along with the Serbian Latin equivalent and the IPA value for each letter:

Cyrillic Alphabet
Latin alphabet
IPA
А а
A
/a/
Б б
B
/b/
В в
V
/ʋ/
Г г
G
/g/
Д д
D
/d/
Ђ ђ
Đ
/dʑ/
Е е
E
/ɛ/
Ж ж
Ž
/ʒ/
З з
Z
/z/
И и
I
/i/
Cyrillic Alphabet
Latin alphabet
IPA
Ј ј
J
/j/
К к
K
/k/
Л л
L
/l/
Љ љ
Lj
/ʎ/
М м
M
/m/
Н н
N
/n/
Њ њ
Nj
/ɲ/
О о
O
/ɔ/
П п
P
/p/
Р р
R
/r/
Cyrillic Alphabet
Latin alphabet
IPA
С с
S
/s/
Т т
T
/t/
Ћ ћ
Ć
/tɕ/
У у
U
/u/
Ф ф
F
/f/
Х х
H
/x/
Ц ц
C
/ts/
Ч ч
Č
/tʃ/
Џ џ

/dʒ/
Ш ш
Š
/ʃ/
One good example of Serbian Cyrillic alphabet.
Specific Russian (top) and proper Serbian/Macedonian (bottom) letters.

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