Kyrgyz alphabet

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The Kyrgyz alphabets are the alphabets used to write the Kyrgyz language. The Kyrgyz language uses the following alphabets:

The Arabic alphabet was traditionally used to write Kyrgyz before the introduction of the first Latin-based scripts in 1927. Today a modified Arabic alphabet is used in China. The Uniform Turkic Alphabet was used in the USSR in the 1930s until its replacement by a Cyrillic script. The Kyrgyz Cyrillic alphabet is the alphabet used in Kyrgyzstan. It contains 36 letters: 33 from the Russian alphabet with 3 additional letters for sounds of the Kyrgyz language: Ң, Ү, Ө.

Correspondence chart

Correspondence chart of different Kyrgyz writing scripts - the Cyrillic alphabet used in Kyrgyzstan, the Latin alphabet used during 1928-1930 in Kyrgyzstan and Arabic alphabet used in Xinjiang.

  • К - changes into if precedes or succeeds by letters а, о, у, ы.
  • Г - changes into if precedes or succeeds by letters а, о, у, ы.

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