The Hungarian Cyrillic alphabet was invented by Samuel P. Bateman, who wanted to make it easier for Hungarians to learn Russian as a second language. The Hungarian Cyrillic alphabet was mostly based on the Russian, Macedonian, Serbian and Azerbaijani Cyrillic alphabets, and is used for writing in the Hungarian language. Most of the digraphs used in the Hungarian Latin alphabet are replaced by single letters in Cyrillic, thereby making it more phonetic.
Минден ембери лэњ сабадон сӱлетик эш еѓенлӫ мэлтөшяга эш ьога ван. Аѕ емберек, эссел эш лелкиишмереттел бӣрвян, еѓмяшшал сембен тештвэри селлембен келл хоѓ вишелтешшенек.
Minden emberi lény szabadon születik és egyenlő méltósága és joga van. Az emberek, ésszel és lelkiismerettel bírván, egymással szemben testvéri szellemben kell hogy viseltessenek.
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