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Cyrillic Molodtsov alphabet
The Cyrillic Molodtsov alphabet (Komi: Молодцов анбур, Molodcov anbur) is an alphabet derived from Cyrillic that was used in the 1920s and 1930s to write two versions of the Komi language; Komi-Zyrian and Komi-Permyak. It was replaced by the Latin Molodtsov alphabet in 1931 and later by the Cyrillic alphabet in the Komi Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic.
The letters particular to the Cyrillic Molodtsov alphabet are:
Ԁ Ԃ Ԅ Ԇ Ԉ Ԋ Ԍ Ԏ (the hooks represent palatalization)
The Molodtsov alphabet
In addition, the letters Ф ф, Х х, and Ц ц might be used for words borrowed from Russian.
The Latin Molodtsov alphabet was prolifically employed in the Perm Oblast, where virtually all Komi-language publications from 1932 to 1936 were made in the Latin Molodtsov alphabet.