The Russian Manual Alphabet.
The table below shows the Russian Manual Alphabet used
for fingerspelling in Russian Sign Language. In general, fingerspelling
is used for the following types of words:
The chart below gives the Cyrillic letter, the name of the
letter in Russian, and an English word illustrating an approximate pronunciation
of the letter.
proper nouns (names, cities, titles, brand names, etc)
short conjunctions, prepositions, interjections, modal particles,
etc., e.g. v-in, nu-well,
words lacking a sign representation.
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