Russian alphabet

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Russian alphabet

  1. The 33-letter alphabet of the Modern Russian language, consisting of the following letters (presented in upper case (majuscule) and lower case (minuscule) pairs):
    А а, Б б, В в, Г г, Д д, Е е, Ё ё, Ж ж, З з, И и, Й й, К к, Л л, М м, Н н, О о, П п, Р р, С с, Т т, У у, Ф ф, Х х, Ц ц, Ч ч, Ш ш, Щ щ, Ъ ъ, Ы ы, Ь ь, Э э, Ю ю, Я я
  2. The Russian alphabet used before 1918, consisting of the above letters plus the following four:
    І і, Ѳ ѳ, Ѣ ѣ, Ѵ ѵ

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