The name Kristin can be transliterated to the Latinized form of Ukrainian Cyrillic. 'KPiCTiHA' would be its Ukrainian Cyrillic form.
In Cyrillic, "borzoi" is spelled борзой.
As in, romanized? The Russian word is друг, or drug, pronounced "drook."
The anglicized spelling (from Cyrillic) is Sarajevo, the capital and largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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I'm not a native Russian speaker but here's my best guess: iacon although you'll need the Cyrillic i (looks like a backwards N => и). Why "iacon"? We'll, consider Josef Stalin's name. It was "iosef" with Cyrillic characters for the i (и) and f. In Cyrillic the 's' looks like the 'c' of the Latin alphabet. Hence, Jason => иacon It's actually: Джейсон. The combination of the first 4 Cyrillic letters is pronounced the same as the English J
If you are looking for the Russian word for NEW, it is spelled novoe, which looks like НОВОЕ when written in the Russian cyrillic alphabet.
I believe it was Carl Faberge, of the House of Faberge, who made these "Faberge eggs" as they are usually called. See the Related Link below for the Wikipedia entry on the Faberge eggs.
First, Volkswagen is a German car manufacturer. We spell it like Folkswaagn, or in cyrillic letters Фолксваген.
The proper given name is spelled Cyric.(The Russian alphabet is Cyrillic.)
The worth of a Franklin Mint Faberge egg varies greatly. The value of a Faberge egg depends on which one it is, its condition, and the demand for it.
The correct spelling is either Faberge or Fabergé
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The Cyrillic alphabet is the alphabet used by Russian-speakers and a few other languages in the Slavic language family. It is made up of Greek and Hebrew characters and is used to spell out Russian (and other Slavic) words phonetically. It was created by Greek missionaries when they traveled to Russia.
Faberge eggs were made by a craftsman for a Russian Tsar to give to his family, for Easter.
The Cyrillic alphabet was developed in the 10th Century.
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Yes. For more info about the Faberge Eggs, see the Related Link below.
Because Russian lacks the combined consonant sound 'th', an 'f' is used instead. Russian Cyrillic is also phonetic, so the letter 'e' with a long sound in English is transliterated as the vowel 'и' in Russian, representing the same sound. The spelling then becomes 'Afena', or Афина when using Cyrillic.
The Faberge eggs were made as Easter gifts from the Tzar to his wife. The Russian royal family was Russian Orthodox religion. They were made by the jeweler Faberge out of diamonds, gems, pearls, and enameled. They had little special things inside of them.
The majority of these faberge eggs would cost millions of dollars. They are worth a lot.