Djerv
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Djerv
Cyrillic letter Djerv
Cyrillic letter Djerv.svg
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The Cyrillic script
Slavic letters
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Djerv (Majuscule, Minuscule ) is one of the Cyrillic alphabet letters that was used in Old Cyrillic. It was used in many early Serbo-Croatian monuments to represent the sounds /d?/ and /t?/ (modern ?/? and ?/?).[1] It exists in the Cyrillic Extended-B table as U+A648 and U+A649. It is the basis of the modern letters ? and ?; the former was in fact a direct revival of djerv and was considered the same letter.[1]

Djerv was also commonly used in Bosnian Cyrillic, where it was an officially used letter. When it was combined with the letters ? and ? it was represented for the sounds /?/ and /?/.

Spelling Reforms and forming of the letters ? and ?

The letter ? was formed in 1818 by Vuk Stefanovi? Karad?i? after several proposals of reforming Djerv by Lukijan Mu?icki and Gligorije Ger?i?.[2][3][1] However the letter ? (also based on djerv) was first used by Dositej Obradovi? in a direct reform of djerv.[4][5]


Computing codes

Character information
Preview
Unicode name CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER DJERV CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER DJERV
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 42568 U+A648 42569 U+A649
UTF-8 234 153 136 EA 99 88 234 153 137 EA 99 89
Numeric character reference Ꙉ Ꙉ ꙉ ꙉ

References

  1. ^ a b c Mareti?, Tomislav. Gramatika i stilistika hrvatskoga ili srpskoga knji?evnog jezika, p. 14-15. 1899.
  2. ^ Lalevi?, Miodrag S. (1953). Potsetnik iz srpskohrvatskog jezika i pravopisa: s pravopisnim i jezi?kim savetnikom. Rad. p. 75. ? ? ? ?
  3. ^ . . ?, 1971.
  4. ^ Mareti?, Tomislav. Gramatika i stilistika hrvatskoga ili srpskoga knji?evnog jezika. 1899.
  5. ^ George L Campbell and Christopher Moseley, The Routledge Handbook of Scripts and Alphabets, 2nd ed., Routledge, 2013, ISBN 1135222967, p. 85.



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