Malay Cyrillic alphabet

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Malay Cyrillic
Aбжад Cирил Măлаю (Abjad Siril Melayu)
Type Alphabet
Period 2015-now
Language Bahasa Melayu
Parent systems Phoenician alphabet
  • Greek alphabet
    • Early Cyrillic alphabet
      • Cyrillic alphabet
        • Russian alphabet
          • Malay Cyrillic
Country Harmonia
Regulator Ministry of Culture and Information of Harmonia


Malay Cyrillic, or in Malay Cyrillic Aбжад Cирил Măлаю (Abjad Siril Melayu) is a form of cyrillization of Malay language that considered as official writing system after latin alphabet and Jawi that adopted by government of Harmonia, the system was introduced in .

Alphabet

A
A
Ă
Ă
Б
B
B
V
Г
G
Ғ
Gh
Д
D
Ж
J
З
Z
Й
Y
К
K
Қ
Q
Л
L
M
M
Н
N
њ
Ny
О
O
П
P
Р
R
С
S
Т
T
У
U
Ф
F
Х
Kh
Ҳ
H
Ч
C
Ш
Sh
Ю
Yu
Я
Ya

The alphabet using the entire letters of the Russian alphabet for the usage in Harmonia version.

The letter Ия and Ию are modified to forming letter ia and iu. While the alphabet Е, Ё and Ы аre not used for ye, yo and yi, й added with Э, О аnd и is used instead.

Revisions

Since it's official adoption, the regulators has executes few revisions.

It happened once, where the alphabet ц is used to represent ks sound. Later it is changed to Kc