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Synonyms for Cyrillic

an alphabet derived from the Greek alphabet and used for writing Slavic languages (Russian, Bulgarian, Serbian, Ukrainian, and some other Slavic languages)

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The Cyrillic alphabet was based on the Greek rather than the Roman alphabet.
Qualified domain trademark holders can now submit applications for each of these three new domains which translate to "organisation" or "institution" in non-Latin-based scripts - one in Devanagari, one in Cyrillic, and one in simplified Chinese.
Cyrillic became the third official alphabet of the EU following the accession of Bulgaria in January, 2007.
It was traditionally written in the Arabic alphabet, but in Cyrillic in the former Soviet republics and the Roman alphabet elsewhere.
Though the VINITI browser does rank its responses, "the drawback is that those responses are in Cyrillic," Hlava says.
At various times in the course of his career, Mike Berg has favored flooded baroque interiors, Biedermeier furniture floating in midair and gold Cyrillic lettering.
Many people only understand Azeri with Cyrillic letters but they barely speak Russian; and, since Aug.
signs in Cyrillic whenever a Russian freighter calls.
But several photographs snatch us away from this dreamy landscape, much to our delight--most notably the backside of a man who appears to be hewn from granite with tattoos in Cyrillic and other sundry symbols traversing his body.
Kazakhstan has used the Cyrillic alphabet since 1940, when it was a Soviet republic.
And the Russian Cyrillic alphabet makes it difficult to understand their handwriting.
However in 1863, retaliation came with an edict that all Lithuanian writing must be in the Cyrillic alphabet, and Catholic schools were closed, resulting in a mainly-agrarian society, much poorer than neighbouring Latvia and Estonia, but resolutely strong in the Catholic faith.
About one million customer records are to be screened by the software daily in both Cyrillic and English.
Under a fast-track process approved by ICANN, countries where the official language is written using a non-Latin script (such as Cyrillic, Arabic or Chinese) can create a new TLD consisting of the country's name written in that script.
Not until you'd exhausted the Cyrillic alphabet and several non-Indo-European languages would you begin to describe some of the "stars" of this year's I'm A Celebrity.