Romanization/Transliteration of Russian alphabet

Nice clear table comparing Russian letters to Latin alphabet as in English:

Note that the word “alphabet” comes from the first letters of the Greek alphabet: Alpha and Beta that look similar to “A” and “B” in English. That is why the proper name of Russian alphabet is actually “azbuka” (“азбука”) from first two Russian letters “Az” and “Buki”. Similar to Greek, Hebrew and other alphabets Russian letters have a symbol, a sound, and a name. Here are the names as they appear in an older version of the alphabet: