Polska Cyrylica (Пољска цѵрѵљіца) Пољска цѵрѵљіца (Polska Cyrylica)

Polska Cyrylica is a way to write Polish using the old Cyrillic alphabet devised by Igor Piotr Zatoński. It is more phonetic than the Cyrillic alphabet for Polish proposed in 1865 by the Constitutent Committee set up by Tsar Alexander II. The distinction between the letters ż/rz, h/ch and u/ó because Igor considers it is useless in modern Polish, and he has dyslexia.

Polska Cyrylica (Cyrillic alphabet for Polish)

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Sample text in Polska Cyrylica

Вшѵсцѵ љуѕіэ роѕѫ сіѧ вољні і рувні в своиэи годнос́ці і рпавах. Сѫ обдарзэні розумэм і суміэніэм і повінні посᲅѧповађ вобэц сіэбіэ в духу браᲅэрсᲅва.

Standard Polish version

Wszyscy ludzie rodzą się wolni i równi w swojej godności i prawach. Są obdarzeni rozumem i sumieniem i powinni postępować wobec siebie w duchu braterstwa.

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)

Links

Other adaptations of Cyrillic for Polish
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:BalkanFever/Polish_Cyrillic_Alphabet
http://steen.free.fr/cyrpol/index.html
https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Польская_кириллица

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