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#399383 09/22/13 01:11 PM
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Has anyone got a transliteration of the Divine Liturgy in Ukrainian into the Latin alphabet?

Or, failing that, has anyone got even something so simple as a chart which transliterates the Cyrillic alphabet as pronounced in English?


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JDC #399384 09/22/13 02:13 PM
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I used transliteration for quite some time - and believe me I wish I had not .

I can now read Ukrainian - albeit slowly .

If you PM me your e-mail address I'll send you some stuff which will help - it worked for me so it will work for you.

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I was going to start a new thread asking a related question, but I'll just add my question to your thread. I'm looking for a side-by-side Slavonic and English Divine Liturgy, with the Slavonic in Cyrillic. I can read Cyrillic, but have trouble reading transliterations.

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JDC #399387 09/22/13 04:55 PM
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When I first started going to the UGCC My GodPapa did a lot of work with me , and we came to the conclusion that the standard sort of transliteration didn't really work as vowel sounds needed to be worked out so they came out correctly.

The Poster using the Paper Bag [ oldies here know whom I mean biggrin biggrin ] told me then, I should just grit my teeth and learn to read using Cyrillic , and he was right.

I can now make a reasonable stab at reading slowly , but when you only hear Ukrainian once a week , it's not easy.

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Our Lady's slave #399420 09/24/13 12:12 PM
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I have a Divine Liturgy booklet transliterated into Latin letters I can send if you PM me an address. I have sent it to several on the Forum throughout the years. I never use it myself, but some find it helpful.

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I found this, for anybody who's reading this now or later, for the same reasons I have: http://archive.org/details/LiturgyOfSt.JohnChrysostomInUkrainian

Including this:
http://ia600300.us.archive.org/2/it...krainian/LiturgyBookSundaysUkrainian.pdf

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JDC #399453 09/26/13 06:42 PM
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Well, if anything I even noticed a three-parallel Divine Liturgy book at a Serbian Orthodox Church I was visiting two months back (where it was English, Slavonic in Serbian Cyrillic, and Slavonic in Latin letters), and thought that was nice. If only they'd do this for the UGCC Divine Liturgy, I'd be bigtime floored.


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