Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to Faux Cyrillic.
  • proper n. Usage of Cyrillic letters in place of visibly similar (though not necessarily phonetically similar) Roman letters in languages which use the Roman alphabet, to create a more 'Russian' feel for a text.

Etymologies

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From Cyrillic + faux, French for false.

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