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700 BC–PresentEdit

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HistoryEdit

700 BC – 2?? BCEdit

The original Latin alphabet was:

A (A) B (B) C (C) D (D) E (E) F (V) Z (Z) H (X) I (I/J) K (K) L (L) M (M) N (N) O (O) P (P) Q (Kw) R (R) S (S) T (T) V (U) X (Ks)

2?? BC – ?? BCEdit

The original Latin alphabet was:

A (A) B (B) C (K) D (D) E (E) F (F) G (G) H (X) I (I/J) K (K) L (L) M (M) N (N) O (O) P (P) Q (Kw) R (R) S (S) T (T) V (U) X (Ks)

?? BC – 700Edit

The original Latin alphabet was:

A (A) B (B) C (K) D (D) E (E) F (F) G (G) H (X/Һ) I (I/J) K (K) L (L) M (M)
N (N) O (O) P (P) Q (Kw) R (R) S (S) T (T) V (U) X (Ks) Y (Y) Z (Z)

700 – 10??Edit

The original Latin alphabet was:

A (A) B (B) C (K) D (D) E (E) F (F) G (G) H (Һ) I (I/J) K (K) L (L) M (M)
N (N) O (O) P (P) Q (Kw) R (R) S (S) T (T) V (U) W (W) X (Ks) Y (Y) Z (Z)

10?? – 1500Edit

The original Latin alphabet was:

A (A) B (B) C (K) D (D) E (E) F (F) G (G/Ḡ) H (Һ) I (I/J) K (K) L (L) M (M)
N (N) O (O) P (P) Q (Kw) R (R) S (S) T (T) U (Λ/U) V (V) W (W) X (Ks) Y (Y) Z (Z)

1500 – 1900Edit

The original Latin alphabet was:

A (A) B (B) C (K) D (D) E (E) F (F) G (G/Ḡ) H (Һ) I (I) J (J) K (K) L (L) M (M)
N (N) O (O) P (P) Q (Kw) R (R) S (S) T (T) U (Λ/U) V (V) W (W) X (Ks) Y (Y) Z (Z)

1900 – PresentEdit

The original Latin alphabet was:

A (A) B (B) C (K) D (D) E (E) F (F) G (G/Ḡ) H (Һ) I (I) J (Ḡ) K (K) L (L) M (M)
N (N) O (O) P (P) Q (Kw) R (R) S (S) T (T) U (Λ/U) V (V) W (W) X (Ks) Y (J) Z (Z)

DateEdit

May 18, -700 (-700-05-18)

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863 BC–PresentEdit

Scroll greek

Greek letter Psi scroll.

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Greek alphabet in 2481.

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Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


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Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


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940–1708Edit

Romanian Cyrillic - Lord's Prayer text


The Cyrillic alphabet (Template:Pron-en) or azbuka is an alphabetic writing system developed in the First Bulgarian Empire during the 10th century AD at the Preslav Literary School.[1] It is used in various languages, past and present, of Eastern Europe and Asia, especially those of Slavic origin, and also non-Slavic languages influenced by Russian.

The alphabet is derived from the Greek uncial script, augmented by ligatures and consonants from the older Glagolitic alphabet for sounds not found in Greek. Its name derives from tradition that it was invented by the two Greek brothers, Saints Cyril and Methodius, who brought Christianity to the southern Slavs. Modern scholars consider it more likely that Cyrillic was actually developed and formalized by early disciples of Cyril and Methodius.

With the accession of Bulgaria to the European Union on 1 January 2007, Cyrillic became the third official alphabet of the European Union, following the Latin and Greek alphabets.

LettersEdit

As the Cyrillic alphabet spread throughout the East and South Slavic territories, it was adopted for writing local languages, such as Old East Slavic. Its adaptation to the characteristics of local languages led to the development of its many modern variants, below.

The early Cyrillic alphabet
А Б В Г Д Е Ж Ѕ З И І К Л М Н О П Ҁ Р С Т Ѹ
Ф Х Ѡ Ц Ч Ш Щ Ъ Ь Ѣ Ѥ Ю Ѧ Ѫ Ѩ Ѭ Ѯ Ѱ Ѳ Ѵ

Capital and lowercase letters were not distinguished in old manuscripts.

1708–PresentEdit

Meletius Smotrisky Cyrillic Alphabet

A page from the Church Slavonic Grammar of Meletius Smotrytsky (1619).

Yeri (Ы) was originally a ligature of Yer and I (Ꙑ). Iotation was indicated by ligatures formed with the letter I: (not ancestor of modern ya, Я, which is derived from Ѧ), Template:Unicode2, Ю (ligature of I and ОУ), Template:Unicode2, Template:Unicode2. Many letters had variant forms and commonly used ligatures, for example И=І=Ї, Template:Unicode2=Template:Unicode2, Оу ⁄ ОУ=Template:Unicode2, Template:Unicode2=Template:Unicode2.

The letters also had numeric values, based not on the native Cyrillic alphabetical order, but inherited from the letters' Greek ancestors.

Cyrillic numerals
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
А В Г Д Е Ѕ З И Ѳ
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
І К Л М Н Ѯ О П Ч
100200300400500600700800900
Р С Т Ѵ Ф Х Ѱ Ѡ Ц

The early Cyrillic alphabet is difficult to represent on computers. Many of the letterforms differed from modern Cyrillic, varied a great deal in manuscripts, and changed over time. Few fonts include adequate glyphs to reproduce the alphabet. In accordance with Unicode policy, the standard does not include letterform variations or ligatures found in manuscript sources unless they can be shown to conform to the Unicode definition of a character.

Cyrillic 0904 alphabet

0940 to 1708

The Unicode 5.1 standard, released on 4 April 2008, greatly improves computer support for the early Cyrillic and the modern Church Slavonic language.

Letterforms and typographyEdit

The development of Cyrillic typography passed directly from the medieval stage to the late Baroque, without a Renaissance phase as in Western Europe. Late Medieval Cyrillic letters (still found on many icon inscriptions even today) show a marked tendency to be very tall and narrow; strokes are often shared between adjacent letters.

Peter the Great, Tsar of Russia, mandated the use of westernized letter forms in the early 18th century. Over time, these were largely adopted in the other languages that use the alphabet. Thus, unlike the majority of modern Greek fonts that retained their own set of design principles for their lower case letters (such as the placement of serifs, the shapes of stroke ends, and stroke-thickness rules, although Greek capital letters do use Latin design principles), modern Cyrillic fonts are much the same as modern Latin fonts of the same font family. The development of some Cyrillic computer typefaces from Latin ones has also contributed to the visual Latinization of Cyrillic type.

Cyrillic uppercase and lowercase letterforms are not as differentiated as in Latin typography. Upright Cyrillic lowercase letters are essentially small capitals (with exceptions: Cyrillic ‹а, е, p, and y› adopted Western lowercase shapes, lowercase ‹ф› is typically designed under the influence of Latin ‹p›, lowercase ‹б› is a traditional handwritten form), although a good-quality Cyrillic typeface will still include separate small-caps glyphs.[2]

Cyrillic upright-cursive

Comparison of some upright and hand-written letters (Ge, De, I, I kratkoye, Em, Te and Tse. Top row is set in Georgia font, bottom in Kisty CY)

Cyrillic fonts, as well as Latin ones, have roman and italic type (practically all popular modern fonts include parallel sets of Latin and Cyrillic letters, where many glyphs, uppercase as well as lowercase, are simply shared by both). However, the native font terminology in Slavic languages (for example, in Russian) does not use the words "roman" and "italic" in this sense.[3] Instead, the nomenclature follows German naming patterns:

  • A roman type is called pryamoy shrift ("upright type")—compare with Normalschrift ("regular type") in German
  • An italic type is called kursiv ("cursive") or kursivniy shrift ("cursive type")—from the German word Kursive, meaning italic typefaces and not cursive writing
  • Cursive handwriting is rukopisniy shrift ("hand-written type") in Russian—in German: Kurrentschrift or Laufschrift, both meaning literally ‘running type’
Cyrillic 1708 alphabet

1708 to 1918

Similarly to Latin fonts, italic and cursive types of many Cyrillic letters (typically lowercase; uppercase only for hand-written or stylish types) are very different from their upright roman types. In certain cases, the correspondence between uppercase and lowercase glyphs does not coincide in Latin and Cyrillic fonts: for example, italic Cyrillic ‹т› is the lowercase counterpart of ‹Т› not of ‹М›.

Special Cyrillics

The standard Cyrillic letters compared to the ones used in Serbian and Macedonian, in regular shape and italic/cursive

As in Latin typography, a sans-serif face may have a mechanically sloped oblique type (naklonniy shrift—"sloped," or "slanted type") instead of italic.

A boldfaced type is called poluzhirniy shrift ("semi-bold type"), because there existed fully boldfaced shapes which are out of use since the beginning of the 20th century.

A bold italic combination (bold slanted) does not exist for all font families.

In Serbian, as well as in Macedonian and Bulgarian, some italic and cursive letters are different from those used in other languages. These letter shapes are often used in upright fonts as well, especially for advertisements, road signs, inscriptions, posters and the like, less so in newspapers or books. The Cyrillic lowercase ‹б› has a slightly different design both in the roman and italic types, which is similar to the lowercase Greek letter Delta, ‹δ›.

The following table shows the differences between the upright and italic Cyrillic letters as used in Russian. Italic forms significantly different from their roman analogues, or especially confusing to users of the Latin alphabet, are highlighted.

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а б в г д е ё ж з и й к л м н о п р с т у ф х ц ч ш щ ъ ы ь э ю я
а б в г д е ё ж з и й к л м н о п р с т у ф х ц ч ш щ ъ ы ь э ю я

Note: in some fonts or styles lowercase italic Cyrillic ‹д› (‹д›) may look like Latin ‹g› and lowercase italic Cyrillic ‹т› (‹т›) may look exactly like a capital italic ‹T› (‹T›), only small.

Cyrillic 1918 alphabet

1918 to 21st century

As used in various languagesEdit

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Cyrillic alphabet world distribution

Distribution of the Cyrillic alphabet worldwide. This map shows the countries in the world that use the Cyrillic alphabet: using dark-green for countries who use it as the official alphabet, mid-green for those who use it as one of multiple official alphabets, and light-green for countries that formerly used the Cyrillic alphabet but do not do so currently.

Among others, Cyrillic is the standard alphabet for writing the following national languages:

Slavic languages: Bulgarian, Belarusian, Bosnian, Macedonian, Montenegrin, Russian, Rusyn, Serbian, Ukrainian.
Non-Slavic languages: Abkhaz, Bashkir, Erzya, Kazakh, Kildin Sami, Komi, Kyrgyz, Mari, Moksha, Moldovan, Mongolian, Ossetic, Romani (Some dialects), Tajik, Tatar, Tuvan, Udmurt.

The Cyrillic alphabet has also been used in the past for languages of Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, and Siberia.

The first alphabet partly derived from Cyrillic is Abur, applied to the Komi language. Other writing systems derived from Cyrillic were applied to Caucasian languages and the Molodtsov alphabet for Komi language.

NameEdit

Since the alphabet was conceived and popularised by the followers of Cyril and Methodius, rather than by Cyril and Methodius themselves, its name does not denote authorship, but rather homage. The name "Cyrillic" often confuses people who are not familiar with the alphabet's history, because it does not identify a country of origin (contrast with "Greek alphabet"). Some call it "Russian alphabet" because Russia is the most populous and influential user of the alphabet. Some Bulgarian intellectuals, notably Stefan Tsanev, have expressed concern over this, and have suggested that the Cyrillic alphabet be called "Bulgarian alphabet" instead, for the sake of historical accuracy.[4]

The Cyrillic alphabet is also known as azbuka, derived from the old names of the first two letters of most variant Cyrillic alphabets.

HistoryEdit

Azbuka 1574 by Ivan Fyodorov

A page from Azbuka, the first Russian textbook, printed by Ivan Fyodorov in 1574. This page features the Cyrillic alphabet.

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The Cyrillic alphabet was created in the First Bulgarian Empire[5] and is derived from the Greek uncial script, augmented by ligatures and consonants from the older Glagolitic alphabet for sounds not found in Greek. Tradition holds that Cyrillic and Glagolitic were formalized either by the two Greek brothers born in Thessaloniki, Saints Cyril and Methodius who brought Christianity to the southern Slavs, or by their disciples.[6][7][8][9] Paul Cubberly posits that while Cyril may have codified and expanded Glagolitic, it was his students at the Preslav Literary School in the First Bulgarian Empire that developed Cyrillic from Greek in the 890s as a more suitable script for church books.[5] Later the alphabet spread among other Slavic peoples - Russians, Serbs and others, as well as among non-Slavic Vlachs and Moldavians.

Cyrillic and Glagolitic were used for the Church Slavonic language, especially the Old Church Slavonic variant. (See Early Cyrillic alphabet.) Hence expressions such as "И is the tenth letter of the Cyrillic alphabet" typically mean the order in Church Slavonic; not every Cyrillic-based language uses every letter of the alphabet.

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The Cyrillic alphabet came to dominate over Glagolitic in the 12th century. The literature produced in the Old Bulgarian language soon began spreading north and became the lingua franca of Eastern Europe where it came to also be known as Old Church Slavonic.[10][11][12][13][14] The alphabet used for the modern Church Slavonic language in Eastern Orthodox and Eastern Catholic rites still resembles early Cyrillic. However, over the following ten centuries, the Cyrillic alphabet adapted to changes in spoken language, developed regional variations to suit the features of national languages, and was subjected to academic reforms and political decrees. Today, dozens of languages in Eastern Europe and Asia are written in the Cyrillic alphabet.

Relationship to other writing systemsEdit

Latin alphabetEdit

A number of languages written in the Cyrillic alphabet have also been written in the Latin alphabet, such as Serbian, Azerbaijani, Uzbek and Moldavian. After the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991, official status shifted in some of the former republics from Cyrillic to Latin. The transition is complete in most of Moldova (except Transnistria, where Cyrillic is official) and Azerbaijan, but Uzbekistan still uses both systems. Russia mandated that Cyrillic be used for all public communications to try to bring them closer to Russia's statehood. This act was controversial for speakers of many Slavic languages; with many, such as Chechen and Ingush, the law had political ramifications. For example, the separatist Chechen government mandated a Latin script (which, in fact, is noted by many observers such as Johanna Nichols to be a much better representation of the language)Template:Citation needed, and is still used by many Chechens. Those in the diaspora especially refuse to adopt the Cyrillic alphabet, which they associate with Russian imperialism.

Serbia uses both the Cyrillic and Latin alphabets, but by Article 10 of the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia, the Cyrillic alphabet was made official.[15]

The Zhuang alphabet, used between the 1950s and 1980s in portions of the People's Republic of China, used a mixture of Latin, phonetic, numeral-based, and Cyrillic letters. The non-Latin letters, including Cyrillic, were removed from the alphabet in 1982 and replaced with Latin letters that closely resembled the letters they replaced.

RomanizationEdit

There are various systems for Romanization of Cyrillic text, including transliteration to convey Cyrillic spelling in Latin characters, and transcription to convey pronunciation.

Standard Cyrillic-to-Latin transliteration systems include:

See also Romanization of Belarusian, Bulgarian, Kyrgyz, Russian, Macedonian and Ukrainian.

CyrillizationEdit

Representing other writing systems with Cyrillic letters is called Cyrillization.

Computer encodingEdit

UnicodeEdit

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In Unicode 5.1, letters of the Cyrillic alphabet, including national and historical varieties, are represented by four blocks:

  • Cyrillic 0400–04FF
  • Cyrillic Supplement 0500–052F
  • Cyrillic Extended-A 2DE0–2DFF
  • Cyrillic Extended-B A640–A69F.

The characters in the range U+0400 to U+045F are basically the characters from ISO 8859-5 moved upward by 864 positions. The characters in the range U+0460 to U+0489 are historic letters, not used now. The characters in the range U+048A to U+052F are additional letters for various languages that are written with Cyrillic script.

Unicode as a general rule does not include accented Cyrillic letters. Few exceptions are:

  • combinations that are considered as separate letters of respective alphabets, like Й, Ў, Ё, Ї, Ѓ, Ќ (as well as many letters of non-slavic alphabets);
  • two most frequent combinations orthographically required to distinguish homonyms in Bulgarian and Macedonian: Ѐ, Ѝ;
  • few Old and New Church Slavonic combinations: Ѷ, Ѿ, Ѽ.

To indicate stressed or long vowels, combining diacritical marks can be used after respective letter (for example, Template:Unichar: Template:Unicode2 etc.).

Some languages, including Church Slavonic, are still not fully supported.

Unicode 5.1, released on 4 April 2008, introduces major changes to the Cyrillic blocks. Revisions to the existing Cyrillic blocks, and the addition of Cyrillic Extended A (2DE0...2DFF) and Cyrillic Extended B (A640...A69F), significantly improve support for the early Cyrillic alphabet, Abkhaz, Aleut, Chuvash, Kurdish, and Mordvin.[16]

OtherEdit

Punctuation for Cyrillic text is similar to that used in European Latin-alphabet languages.

Other character encoding systems for Cyrillic:

  • CP866 – 8-bit Cyrillic character encoding established by Microsoft for use in MS-DOS also known as GOST-alternative. Cyrillic characters go in their native order, with a "window" for pseudographic characters.
  • ISO/IEC 8859-5 – 8-bit Cyrillic character encoding established by International Organization for Standardization
  • KOI8-R – 8-bit native Russian character encoding. Invented in the USSR for use on Soviet clones of American IBM and DEC computers. The Cyrillic characters go in the order of their Latin counterparts, which allowed the text to remain readable after transmission via a 7bit line which removed the senior bit from each byte - the result became a very rough, but readable, Latin transliteration of Cyrillic. Standard encoding of early 90s for UNIX systems and the first Russian Internet encoding.
  • KOI8-U – KOI8-R with addition of Ukrainian letters
  • MIK – 8-bit native Bulgarian character encoding for use in DOS
  • Windows-1251 – 8-bit Cyrillic character encoding established by Microsoft for use in Microsoft Windows. The simplest 8bit Cyrillic encoding - 32 capital chars in native order at 0xc0-0xdf, 32 usual chars at 0xe0-0xff, with rarely used "YO" characters somewhere else. No pseudographics. Former standard encoding in some Linux distributions for Belarusian and Bulgarian, but currently displaced by UTF-8.
  • GOST-main
  • GB 2312 - Principally simplified Chinese encodings, but there are also basic 33 Russian Cyrillic letters (in upper- and lower-case).
  • JIS and Shift JIS - Principally Japanese encodings, but there are also basic 33 Russian Cyrillic letters (in upper- and lower-case).

Keyboard layoutsEdit

Each language has its own standard keyboard layout, adopted from typewriters. With the flexibility of computer input methods, there are also transliterating or phonetic/homophonic[17] keyboard layouts made for typists who are more familiar with other layouts, like the common English qwerty keyboard. When practical Cyrillic keyboard layouts or fonts are not available, computer users sometimes use transliteration or look-alike "volapuk" encoding to type languages which are normally written with the Cyrillic alphabet.

See Keyboard layouts for non-Roman alphabetic scripts.

А Б В Г Д Е Ё Ж З И Й К Л М Н О Ө П Р С Т У Ү Ф Х Һ Ц Ч Ш Щ Ъ Ы Ь Э Ю Я
а б в г д е ё ж з и й к л м н о ө п р с т у ү ф х һ ц ч ш щ ъ ы ь э ю я

See alsoEdit

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ReferencesEdit

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External linksEdit

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Letters of the Cyrillic alphabet (see also Cyrillic digraphs)
А
A
Б
Be
В
Ve
Г
Ge
Ґ
Ge upturn
Д
De
Ђ
Dje
Ѓ
Gje
Е
Ye
Ё
Yo
Є
Ye
Ж
Zhe
З
Ze
Ѕ
Dze
И
I
І
Dotted I
Ї
Yi
Й
Short I
Ј
Je
К
Ka
Л
El
Љ
Lje
М
Em
Н
En
Њ
Nje
О
O
П
Pe
Р
Er
С
Es
Т
Te
Ћ
Tshe
Ќ
Kje
У
U
Ў
Short U
Ф
Ef
Х
Kha
Ц
Tse
Ч
Che
Џ
Dzhe
Ш
Sha
Щ
Shcha
Ъ
Hard sign (Yer)
Ы
Yery
Ь
Soft sign (Yeri)
Э
E
Ю
Yu
Я
Ya
Cyrillic non-slavic letters
Ӏ
Palochka
Ә
Cyrillic Schwa
Ғ
Ayn
Ҙ
Bashkir Dhe
Ҫ
Bashkir The
Ҡ
Bashkir Qa
Қ
Qaf
Ң
Ng
Ө
Barred O
Ү
Straight U
Ұ
Straight U
with stroke
Һ
He
Cyrillic archaic letters

A iotified
Ѥ
E iotified
Ѧ
Yus small
Ѫ
Yus big
Ѩ
Yus small iotified
Ѭ
Yus big iotified
Ѯ
Ksi
Ѱ
Psi
Ѳ
Fita
Ѵ
Izhitsa
Ѷ
Izhitsa okovy
Ҁ
Koppa
Ѹ
Uk
Ѡ
Omega
Ѿ
Ot
Ѣ
Yat

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Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


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Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


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Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


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Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


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Noncharacters in Charts

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European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

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Armenian










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European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

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Hebrew Letter A.

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Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

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Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

Scroll devanagari
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Devanagari script.








Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

Scroll bengali

Bengali Letter ?.








Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

Scroll gurmukhi

Gurmukhi letter L.








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European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

Scroll gujarati

Gujarati Letter ?.









Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

Oriya!

Scroll oriya

Oriya letter ?.







Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

Scroll tamil

Tamil Letter ?.







Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

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Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

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Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

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Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

Scroll thai

Thai Letter ?.









Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

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Tibetan script.

Scroll tibetan

Tibetan Letter ?.











Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

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Georgian script











Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts

Scripts and Symbols
European scripts
Latin · Greek · Coptic · Cyrillic · Armenian · Georgian · Ogham · Runic · Glagolitic · Coptic · Linear B syllabary and Linear B ideograms · Phaistos Disc · Old Italic · Gothic · Cypriot

Supplementary European scripts
Latin 1-Supplement · Latin Extended-A · Latin Extended-B · Cyrillic supplement · · Latin Extended Additional Greek extended · Latin Extended-C · Georgian supplement · Cyrillic Extended-A · Cyrillic Extended-B · Latin Extended-D


Phoenitic symbols


Combining diacritics scripts


African scripts


Middle Eastern scripts


Central Asian scripts


South Asian scripts


Southeast Asian scripts


Philippine scripts


East Asian scripts


North American scripts
Cherokee (USA and Mexico) · UCAS (Canada)


Miscellaneous American scripts
Deseret · Shavian


Indescriptional American scripts
Osmanya


Other scripts


Punctuation


Alphanumeric symbols


Technical symbols


Combining diacritics symbols


Numbers and Digits


Mathematical symbols


Other symbols


Specials


Private Use


Surrogates


Noncharacters in Charts


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