De With Breve (Cyrillic)
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De With Breve Cyrillic
Cyrillic letter
De with breve
Cyrillic letter De with Breve.svg
The Cyrillic script
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De with breve ( ; italics: ) is a letter of the Cyrillic script. Its form is derived from the Cyrillic De (? ?) by adding a breve.

De with breve is used in the Aleut language (Bering dialect),[1] where it represents the voiced dental fricative /ð/, like the pronunciation of ?th? in English "they" /ðe?/. For example, '' /að/ - father, '' /'t?i:ða?/ - baby bird.

References

  1. ^ ?, ?. ?. (1994). ? -? ? - ( ?) [Aleut-Russian and Russian-Aleut Dictionary (Bering dialect)]. p. 14. ISBN 5-09-002312-3.

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