Ukrainian does not use all the letters of the Russian alphabet, and it has the additional letters є, ґ, і, ї.
|а a||б b||в v||г h||ґ g(?)||д d||е e||є je||ж zh||з z||и y|
|і i||ї yi||й j||к k||л l||м m||н n||о o||п p||р r||с s|
|т t||у u||ф f||х kh||ц ts||ч ch||ш sh||щ shch||ь ‘||ю ju||я ja|
The letter ⠽ і was once found in Russian Braille, but has been dropped. ⠜ є is the mirror image of a reported archaic form of Russian э. (See obsolete letters of Russian Braille.)
⠻ g was reported in Unesco (1990), but could not be confirmed by Unesco (2013). It is not repeated by Leksika.com.
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Punctuation is from Unesco (1990) and has not been confirmed.
|« ...... »||( ...... )|
Numbers are the letters a–j introduced with ⠼, as in other braille alphabets.
- БРАЙЛЯ ШРИФТ, Leksika.com.ua
- UNESCO (2013) World Braille Usage, 3rd edition.