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ѝ U+045D, ѝ
CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER I WITH GRAVE
Composition:и [U+0438] + ◌̀ [U+0300]
ќ
[U+045C]
Cyrillic ў
[U+045E]

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BulgarianEdit

PronunciationEdit

PronounEdit

ѝ (ìf (personal, possessive)

  1. Short form of the third-person singular feminite pronoun in the dative case, used as the indirect object of a verb, translated as to her, for her, her, when the noun is animate, and as to it, for it, it, when the noun is inanimate.
    Дай ѝ книгата.
    Daj ì knigata.
    Give her the book.
    Той ѝ написа писмо.
    Toj ì napisa pismo.
    He wrote her a letter.
    Не ѝ се ходи на кино.
    Ne ì se hodi na kino.
    She doesn't feel like going to the cinema.
    Котката си играеше с кълбото прежда, което ѝ бяха дали.
    Kotkata si igraeše s kǎlboto prežda, koeto ì bjaha dali.
    The cat was playing with the ball of yarn they had given it.
  2. Short form of the third-person singular feminine possessive pronoun, translated as her when the noun is animate, and as its when the noun is inanimate.
    Мария и баща ѝ.
    Marija i bašta ì.
    Maria and her father.
    Очите ѝ са сини.
    Očite ì sa sini.
    Her eyes are blue.
    Котката и опашката ѝ.
    Kotkata i opaškata ì.
    The cat and its tail.

Usage notesEdit

  • The accented letter ѝ is not considered a separate letter in Bulgarian, and is used only on this one occasion to disambiguate the pronoun ѝ from the conjunction и (meaning and).

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MacedonianEdit

PronunciationEdit

PronounEdit

ѝ (ì)

  1. Short indirect object form of таа (taa).

Usage notesEdit

  • The accented letter "ѝ" is not considered a separate letter in Macedonian and is used only on this one occasion to disambiguate the pronoun "ѝ" from the conjunction "и" (meaning "and").