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Hello ExplodingPoPUps, I see you are the only active user here. Right? Can I use your help? -- Vēnī‧vīdī‧scrīpsī [DM] 13:16, фєвроуарїꙗ 25 числа, 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Yes you can. — аѵтографъ нє сътвор҄ии си словєса напьса польꙃєватєл҄ь ExplodingPoPUps (бєсѣда · добродѣꙗниꙗ
I was wonder in which form of the Old Church Slavonic is this Wikipedia written? I want to contribute to the Wiktionary of this Wikimedia project, but need to know first what the difference is between the Old Church Slavonic based on dialects of the Bulgarian and the other variants. You can use Insert-signature.png to sign your post. Thank you! -- Vēnī‧vīdī‧scrīpsī [DM] 20:22, фєвроуарїꙗ 25 числа, 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]
It was written in Glagolitic and Cyrillic; The difference Between the old Church Slavonic and it's current dialects it's because the Russian language such as other Cyrillic languages ~, it does have Diffrent scrip and because of Diffrent vowels; Bulgarian Dialects such as Balkan Eastern,Balkan Western,Rup ,Moesian,SourthWestern,NorthWestern And Transitional dialects — аѵтографъ нє сътвор҄ии си словєса напьса польꙃєватєл҄ь ExplodingPoPUps (бєсѣда · добродѣꙗниꙗ
What is the standard for this language. I have this and this, which is the dictionary of the Old Bulgarian. Only those are different from the others. I'm kind a confuse. For the signature u can use the icon on the image right
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, which stands on the toolbar. -- Vēnī‧vīdī‧scrīpsī [DM] 20:49, фєвроуарїꙗ 25 числа, 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]
The Wikipedia is written in Old Church Slavic. Orthography whithin the project is based on common academic normalization of Old Church Slavic (with some possible minor differences it is used in Old Church Slavic Dictionary and most modern OCS language textbooks). Academic normalisation is based on analysis of all available classic Old Church Slavic manuscripts with selecting most reliable forms which correspond to known Proto-Slavic etymology and other linguistic references. Pretty much it's the classical stage of Old Church Slavic in 10th century before it started to dissolve into distinct dialects. I kindly advise you to use language portal for such questions next time. ОилЪ (бєсѣда) 23:21, фєвроуарїꙗ 25 числа, 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Thank you all for ur help! -- Vēnī‧vīdī‧scrīpsī [DM] 10:42, фєвроуарїꙗ 26 числа, 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]

You're welcome!