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Ef (Cyrillic)
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Ef (Cyrillic)

For the latin alphabet letter, see F.



Ф, ф   Ф, ф

Ef (Ф, ф) is the twenty-first letter of the Cyrillic alphabet.

It was directly derived from the Greek letter phi (Φ) and has replaced Fita (Ѳ) in the Russian version of the alphabet since 1918. Unlike phi, however, it is transliterated as "f", not "ph".

Cyrillic alphabet
А
A;
Б
Be;
В
Ve;
Г
Ge;
Ѓ
Gje;
Ґ
Ghe;
Д
De;
Ђ
Dje;
Е
E;
Є
Ukranian E;
Ѐ
E with grave;
Ё
Yo;
Ж
Zhe;
Ѕ
Dze;
З
Ze;
И
I;
Й
I short;
Ѝ
I with grave;
І
Ukrainian I;
Ї
Yi;
Ј
Je;
К
Ka;
Ќ
Kje;
Ћ
Tshe;
Л
El;
Љ
Lje;
М
Em;
Н
En;
Њ
Nje;
О
O;
П
Pe;
Р
Er;
С
Es;
Т
Te;
Ѹ
Ou;
У
U;
Ў
U short;
Ф
Ef;
Х
Ha;
Ѡ
Omega Cyrillic;
Ц
Tse;
Ч
Che;
Џ
Dzhe;
Ш
Sha;
Щ
Shcha;
Ъ
Hard sign (yer);
Ы
Yery;
Ь
Soft sign;
Ѣ
Yat;
Э
E reversed;
Ю
Yu;
Я
Ya
(not in Unicode)
A iotified
Ѥ
E iotified;
Ѧ
[[Yus; small]]
Ѫ
[[Yus; big]]
Ѩ
[[Yus; small iotified]]
Ѭ
[[Yus; big iotified]]
Ѯ
Ksi Cyrillic;
Ѱ
Psi Cyrillic;
Ѳ
Fita;
Ѵ
Izhitsa;
Ѷ
Izhitsa with double grave;
(Russian letters bolded; old letters italics)

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