The Cyrillic Navajo alphabet was devised by Casey Yates, who was inspired by Renglish. He adapted the Cyrillic script to Navajo because Navajo is one of his favorite languages, and the Cyrillic alphabet is his favorite script. It has thirty letters, much like most languages that use the script, but unlike the modern languages that use Cyrillic, this alphabet uses letters from Church Slavonic. Words are written from left to right, just like in Navajo.
ь is the tone mark
If two letters are both in the high tone, only the second one will be marked i.e. áá is ааь íí is ііь etc. If a double vowel is in the falling tone then the tone mark(ь) will be on the left of the first vowel i.e. áa is ьаа, íi is ьіі etc. If a rising tone occurs then the tone mark will be in between the vowels i.e. aá is аьа, ií is іьі etc. Single vowels are marked normally i.e. á is аь, í is іь etc.
Білаѣашдаѣіі тѣааь аљцох яініькѣєхго бідіжчїх дооь ахєєљтѣєєго Іьлїїьго бєє баахоьчїѣ. Єііь хаьніьѣ дооь хаьіьтшакєєс хуііхдаасяаѣ єііь бінахћїьѣ ахідініьљнаьхго аьліьєєкѣєхго кѣє бєє ахіљ ніідлїь.
Bilaʼashdaʼii tʼáá ałtsoh yiníkʼehgo bidizhchįh dóó aheełtʼeego ílį́į́go bee baahóchįʼ. Eíí háníʼ dóó hánítshakees hwiihdaasyaʼ eíí binahjį́ʼ ahidiníłnáhgo álíleekʼehgo kʼé bee ahił niidlį́.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They
are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another
in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)