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Cyrillization of Greek

Cyrillization of Greek refers to the transcription or transliteration of text from the Greek alphabet to the Cyrillic script.

Modern Greek to Russian

The following system has been used for Cyrillization of modern Greek into Russian.[1][2]

Greek note Cyrillic example
α а
αι э
άι, αϊ, άυ аи
αυ before β, γ, δ, ζ, λ, μ, ν, ρ, or a vowel ав
αυ before θ, κ, ξ, π, σ, τ, φ, χ, or ψ аф
β в
γ г
γ before ε, αι, ι, η, υ, ει, or οι г Γερμανία Германиа
γι, γει, γυ before vowels й Γιατρός Ятрос
γγ нг Άγγελος Ангелос
γκ word-initial г Γκάνα Гана
γκ within a word before a voiced consonant or a vowel нг
γκ within a word before an unvoiced consonant нк
γχ нх
δ д Δανία Даниа
ε э Έλβας Элвас
ει и
ει before a vowel й
εϊ эи
ευ before β, γ, δ, ζ, λ, μ, ν, ρ or a vowel эв
ευ before θ, κ, ξ, π, σ, τ, φ, χ, ψ эф
ζ з Ζαγορά Загора
η и
θ т Θεωδόρας Тэодорас
ι и
ι before a vowel й
κ к
λ л
μ м
μπ word-initial б
μπ within a word мп
ν н
ντ word-initial д
ντ within a word нт
ξ кс
ο о
οι before a vowel й
οι и
όι ои
οϊ ой
ου у
π п
ρ р
σ before θ, κ, π, ξ, σ, τ, ψ, χ, φ, or a vowel с
σ, ς before β, γ, δ, ζ, λ, μ, ν, ρ, τ, or ζ з
τ т
υ и
υ before a vowel й
φ ф
χ х
ψ пс
ω о

See also

References

  1. ^ Salnova, A. V. (2005). Греческо-русский и русско-греческий словарь [Greek–Russian and Russian–Greek Dictionary]. Moscow: Русский язык Медиа.  
  2. ^ Borisova, A. B. (2004). Греческий без репетитора [Greek Without a Tutor]. Moscow: Корона. pp. 8–10.  
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