The Cyrillic Molodtsov alphabet (Komi: Молодцов анбур, Molodcov anbur) is an alphabet derived from Cyrillic that was used in the 1920s and 1930s to write two versions of the Komi language; Komi-Zyrian and Komi-Permyak. It was replaced by the Latin Molodtsov alphabet in 1931 and later by the Cyrillic alphabet in the Komi Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic.
|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.
The Latin Molodtsov alphabet was prolifically employed in the Perm Oblast, where virtually all Komi-language publications from 1932 to 1936 were made in the Latin Molodtsov alphabet.
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