Serbian Cyrillic alphabet

sometimes called Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic, though not typically used in Croatia

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 alphabetEdit

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.

ReferencesEdit

  • Omniglot - Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian
  • Serbian Alphabet
  • "Serbian Cyrillic". Archived from the original on 23 August 2007.