For more information regarding the Crimean Tatar Cyrillic alphabet you can read its Omniglot entry here.
Crimean Tatar can be written in either the Cyrillic or Latin alphabets, both modified to the specific needs of Crimean Tatar, and either used respective to where the language is used. From 1928 to the 1990s, Cyrillic was the only alphabet used for Crimean Tatar. Under Ukrainian rule, the Latin alphabet was preferred, but upon Russia's official annexation of Crimea in March 2014, Cyrillic became the sole official script.
The Crimean Tatar Bible can be found online. A Crimean Tatar edition of Wikipedia was created on January 12, 2008.
Since February 2018, the Crimean Tatar Wikipedia pages can now be viewed in Cyrillic by selecting "Кирил" from the "Lat./Кир." tab (third tab from the top-left-hand side).
Crimean Tatar Latin to Crimean Tatar Cyrillic Transliterator
Крымско-татарской латыни на кириллицу
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