See also: ѣ
Ѣ U+0462, Ѣ
CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER YAT
ѡ
[U+0461]
Cyrillic ѣ
[U+0463]

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 Yat on Wikipedia
 
The Cyrillic Yat set in (from left to right) upright, italic, and semi-uncial typefaces.

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Ѣ (lower case ѣ) (italics: Ѣ, ѣ)

  1. 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.

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RussianEdit

 ѣ on Russian Wikipedia
 
The Cyrillic Yat set in (from left to right) upright, italic, and semi-uncial typefaces.

LetterEdit

Ѣ () (upper case, lower case ѣ)

  1. (obsolete) Letter yat (in Russian: ять (jatʹ)).