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Belarusian Alphabets and Transliteration

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The Cyrillic Alphabet

In Cyrillic, (also referred to as kirylicaj with its two variants: Taraskevitza and Narkomovka):

For Latsinka, refer to the four comparison charts, below.

Belarusian Alphabet (kirylicaj)


Comparison Chart of Belarusian Alphabets and Transliteration   --   Go to this page to see a comparison between Cyrillic, Lacinka (Latzinka), their pronunciation, and the Library of Congress (LOC) system of notation.

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Belarusian Alphabets and Transliteration

Background

The following tables depict four representations of the Belarusian alphabet.

Note: The four "GIF" graphic files on this page, together with the Cyrillic alphabet graphic file depicted on the previous page, can be downloaded as one "ZIP" (compressed) archive file: ZIP'ed Belarusian alphaphets file. Size is 34 KB. (For some people, it is probably faster to download the file than to view with the Web browser.)

In the following charts:


Belarusian Alphabet and Transliteration
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Belarusian Alphabet and Transliteration
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Belarusian Alphabet and Transliteration
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Belarusian Alphabet and Transliteration
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