Bulgarian Braille

Bulgarian Braille is a braille alphabet for writing the Bulgarian language. It is based on the unified international braille conventions, with braille letters approximating their Latin transliteration, and the same punctuation, with the French question mark. In Bulgarian, it is known as Брайлова азбука (Brailova azbuka) "braille alphabet".

Bulgarian Braille
Type
alphabet
LanguagesBulgarian
Parent systems
Braille
  • Bulgarian Braille
Print basis
Bulgarian alphabet

Alphabet

Bulgarian is nearly identical to Russian Braille where they overlap. Bulgarian lacks a few Russian letters, and has the additional letter ѝ, which takes the place of Russian й (with Bulgarian й being the mirror image of that).[1]

Printабвгдежзийѝ
Braille
Printклмнопрсту
Braille
Printфхцчшщъьюя
Braille

Punctuation

[2]

Print ,.?!; :„ ... “( ... )
Braille

Formatting

(digit) (caps)

References

  1. World Braille Usage, UNESCO, 2013
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