See also: ѣ
Ѣ (lower case ѣ) (italics: Ѣ, ѣ)
- The thirty-second letter of the Early Cyrillic alphabet. Its name is yat (Old Church Slavonic ѣть, Russian ять, Bulgarian ят, Serbo-Croatian and Macedonian јат) and it represented the Common Slavonic long vowel /æː/, sometimes transliterated as ě. It is preceded by Ь and followed by Ю.