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Cyrillic

Cy·ril·lic / səˈrilik/ • adj. denoting the alphabet used by many Slavic peoples, chiefly those with a historical allegiance to the Orthodox Church. Ultimately derived from Greek uncials, it is used for Russian, Bulgarian, Serbian, Ukrainian, and other Slavic languages. • n. the Cyrillic alphabet.

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Cyrillic

Cyrillic of the alphabet used by Slavonic peoples in the Eastern Church, the invention of which is traditionally attributed to the Greek missionary Cyril (IX). XIX; see -IC.

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Cyrillic

Cyrillic Alphabet based on Greek letter forms that is now used for writing several Slavic languages, most notably Russian and Serbian.

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Cyrillic

Cyrillic: see alphabet.

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