Romanization of Cyrillic

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The romanization of Cyrillic is the process of converting text written in the Cyrillic script into the Latin (or Roman) alphabetic script, or a system for such conversion.

Conversion of scripts can be classified as either the letter-by-letter transliteration or the phonemic or phonetic transcription of speech sounds, although in practice most systems have characteristics of both.

Transliteration systems:


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