Belarulacinka

Belarulacinka is a way of writing Belarusian with the Latin alphabet created by Stefan Stanchev from Bulgaria in December 2017. His main aim was to create a Latin alphabet for Belarussian language that does not use so many diacritics. It also includes a few letters from the Cyrillic alphabet.

Belarulacinka

Belarulacinka

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Sample text in Belarulacinka

Use lyuđi naradjayucca svabodnыmi i rownыmi w svayoy hodnasci i pravaq. Yanы nađelenы rozumam i sumlennem i pavinnы stavicca ađin da adnaho w duqu bractva.

Cyrillic transliteration

Усе людзі нараджаюцца свабоднымі і роўнымі ў сваёй годнасці і правах. Яны надзелены розумам і сумленнем і павінны ставіцца адзін да аднаго ў духу брацтва.

Translation

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)

If you have any questions about Belarulacinka, you can contact Stefan at: stefan.stanchev1985@gmail.com

Also by Stefan Stanchev
Italian Cyrillic (Итаԓирико), Spanish Cyrillic (Еспаӈӥрико)

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