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Russian Morse code

The Russian Morse code approximates the Morse code for the Latin alphabet. To memorize the codes, mnemonics are used, called "melodies" (напевы).

A "melody" for a morse code for a character is a phrase which is sung (hence the name): the syllables with vowels а, о, ы correspond to dashes and sung long, the other syllables and the syllable "ай" correspond to dots and sung short. The "melodies" differ among various schools.

Table & Melody

Russian character Latin character Morse code "Melody"
A · − ай-даа
Б − · · · баа-ки-те-кут
В · − − ви-даа-лаа
Г − − · гаа-раа-жи, гаа-гаа-рин
Д − · · доо-ми-ки
Е · есть
Ж · · · − жи-ви-те-таак
З − − · · заа-каа-ти-ки, заа-моо-чи-ки
И · · и-ди
Й · − − − и краат-коо-ее, йес-наа паа-раа
К − · − каак же таак?, каак-де-лаа
Л · − · · лу-наа-ти-ки
М − − маа-маа
H − · ноо-мер
О − − − оо-коо-лоо
П · − − · пи-лаа-поо-ёт, пи-лаа-ноо-ет
P · − · ре-шаа-ет
С · · · си-ни-е, си-не-е, са-мо-лёт
Т таак
У · · − у-нес-лоо
Ф · · − · фи-ли-моон-чик
Х · · · · хи-ми-чи-те
Ц − · − · цаа-пли-наа-ши, цаа-пли-хоо-дят
Ч ö − − − · чаа-шаа-тоо-нет, чее-лоо-вее-чек
Ш ch − − − − шаа-роо-ваа-рыы
Щ − − · − щаа-ваам-не-шаа
Ъ ñ − − · − − ээ-тоо-твёр-дыый-знаак, твёёр-дыый-не-мяяг-киий
Ы − · − − ыы-не-наа-доо
Ь − · · − тоо-мяг-кий-знаак
Э é · · − · · э-ле-ктроо-ни-ки
Ю ü · · − − ю-ли-аа-наа
Я ä · − · − я-маал-я-маал
· − − − − и-тооль-коо-оо-днаа
· · − − − две не-хоо-роо-шоо
· · · − − три те-бе-маа-лоо
· · · · − че-тве-ри-те-каа
· · · · · пя-ти-ле-ти-е
− · · · · поо-шес-ти бе-ри, шеесть по-ка бе-ри
− − · · · даа-даа-се-ме-ри, сеемь сеемь хо-ро-шо, даай-даай-за-ку-рить
− − − · · воо-сьмоо-гоо-и-ди
− − − − · ноо-наа-ноо-наа-ми
− − − − − нооль-тоо-оо-коо-лоо
period · · · · · · сеть сети сеть сети  
comma · − · − · −  
colon − − − · · ·  
semicolon − · − · −  
Parenthesis − · − − · −  
Apostrophe · − − − − ·  
Quotation mark · − · · − ·  
- − · · · · −  
/ − · · − · дрообь здесь пред-стаавь-те
? · · − − · · вы ку-даа смоо-три-те?
! − − · · − − гаа-даа-ли три браа-таа  
Hyphen − · · · − рааз-де-ли-те-каа
Error/redo · · · · · · · · хи-ми-чи-те хи-ми-чи-те
@ · − − · − ·  
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