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Molodtsov alphabet

In the 1920s, the Komi language was written with the Molodtsov alphabet, derived from Cyrillic. It was replaced by the Latin alphabet in 1931[1] and later by the Cyrillic alphabet in the Komi Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic.

The letters particular to the Molodtsov alphabet are: Ԁ Ԃ Ԅ Ԇ Ԉ Ԋ Ԍ Ԏ (the hooks represent palatalization)

The Molodtsov alphabet
А а Б б В в Г г Ԁ ԁ Ԃ ԃ Е е Ж ж Җ җ З з Ԅ ԅ
Ԇ ԇ І і Ј ј К к Л л Ԉ ԉ М м Н н Ԋ ԋ О о Ӧ ӧ
П п Р р С с Ԍ ԍ Т т Ԏ ԏ У у Ч ч Ш ш Щ щ Ы ы

In addition, the letters Ф ф, Х х, and Ц ц might be used for words borrowed from Russian.

References

  1. ^ "Creating and development of the Komi literary language" in Tsypanov, Prof. E. A.; anonymous (tr.). "The Finno-Ugric language family". ReoCities. Retrieved 8 Dec 2011. 


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