|Author:||Miranda (Authenticated as Randee15)|
|Date:||February 9, 2006 at 2:55:06 PM|
|Reply to:||is there a Russian form of Francesca though? nt. by Briallen|
Or, probably Frantsiska. I couldn't actually find Francesca (or Frances, or Francisca) in Russian, but I did find the Russian form of Francis, which is Frantsisk.
In Cyrillic Frantsiska would be Ôðàíöèñêa. Frantsisk would, of course, be just Ôðàíöèñê.
EDIT: Hm, the Cyrillic isn't showing up for me on the board, and I don't know why since it showed up fine while I was composing the post.
If you can't see the Cyrillic, go here for the Russian Wikipedia's article on François I of France as an example: http://snipurl.com/me8h.
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