Gaj's Latin alphabet

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Gaj's Latin alphabet
Script type
Time period
early 19th century – present
Related scripts
Parent systems
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Gaj's Latin alphabet (Serbo-Croatian: abeceda, latinica, gajica, pronounced [abetsěːda, latǐnitsa, ɡǎjitsa]; Slovene pronunciation: [ˈɡáːjitsa]) is the form of the Latin script used for writing Serbo-Croatian, including Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, and Serbian.