Gagauz Latin alphabet Gagauz is a Turkic language spoken by more than 400,000 people in Moldova, Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey, Kazakhstan, and a number of other countries. Gagauz was originally written with a version of the Greek alphabet. In 1957 the Cyrillic alphabet was adopted in Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan, and a version of the Latin alphabet based on the Turkish alphabet is used in Moldova, Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey
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Old Hebrew - This early form of Old Hebrew is graphically very similar to Phoenician. Also, like early Phoenician, Old Hebrew inscriptions did not indicate vowels (not even the simple matres lectionis system where the letters aleph, yodh and waw represented vowels in addition to consonants). The following chart is the Old Hebrew alphabet from roughly the 8th century BCE.