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  2. Open-source Unicode typefaces - Wikipedia

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    Unicode Font Guide For Free/Libre Open Source Operating Systems, a huge index of high quality free fonts; SIL's freeware fonts, editors and documentation; GNU Unifont; Unicode FAQ for UNIX systems; Unicode fonts and tools for X11; Free Font Compilation made from the Debian GNU/Linux distribution.

  3. List of typefaces - Wikipedia

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    DejaVu fonts (free/open source, "DejaVu Sans" includes 3,471 glyphs and 2,558 kerning pairs in v2.6) Doulos SIL (free/open source, designed for IPA, 3,083 glyphs in v4.014.) EB Garamond (free/open source, includes 3,218 glyphs in 2017) Everson Mono (also known as, Everson Mono Unicode. Shareware; contains all non-CJK characters. 4,899 glyphs in ...

  4. Font - Wikipedia

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    In metal typesetting, a font is a particular size, weight and style of a typeface. Each font is a matched set of type, with a piece (a "sort") for each glyph. A typeface consists of various fonts that share an overall design. In the 21st century, with the advent of computer fonts, the terms "font" and "typeface" are often used interchangeably ...

  5. GNU FreeFont - Wikipedia

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    Characters. 8,087. Glyphs. 10,537. License. GPL-3.0-or-later with Font-exception-2.0. GNU FreeFont (also known as Free UCS Outline Fonts) is a family of free OpenType, TrueType and WOFF vector fonts, implementing as much of the Universal Character Set (UCS) as possible, aside from the very large CJK Asian character set.

  6. Google Fonts - Wikipedia

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    Google Fonts (formerly known as Google Web Fonts) is a computer font and web font service owned by Google. This includes free and open source font families, an interactive web directory for browsing the library, and APIs for using the fonts via CSS and Android.

  7. Frutiger (typeface) - Wikipedia

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    This is a serif font family designed by Adrian Frutiger and Akira Kobayashi. It is a re-envisioning of the metal type version of Meridien, a typeface first released by Deberny & Peignot during the 1950s. The family consists of roman and italic fonts in five weights and two widths each.

  8. Impact (typeface) - Wikipedia

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    Impact. Impact is a sans-serif typeface in the industrial or grotesk style designed by Geoffrey Lee in 1965 and released by the Stephenson Blake foundry of Sheffield. [1] It is well known for having been included in the core fonts for the Web package and distributed with Microsoft Windows since Windows 98.

  9. Bank Gothic - Wikipedia

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    Bank Gothic is a rectilinear geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Morris Fuller Benton for American Type Founders and released in 1930. [1] The design has become popular from the late twentieth century to suggest a science-fiction, military, corporate, or sports aesthetic. [2] [3] [4] [5]

  10. Century type family - Wikipedia

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    Century is a family of serif type faces particularly intended for body text. The family originates from a first design, Century Roman, cut by American Type Founders designer Linn Boyd Benton in 1894 for master printer Theodore Low De Vinne, for use in The Century Magazine. [1] ATF rapidly expanded it into a very large family, first by Linn Boyd ...

  11. Myriad (typeface) - Wikipedia

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    Myriad Black is one of two official standard fonts of the University of Virginia and Loyola University Chicago. Myriad is also one of the two official standard fonts of Cambridge University. Myriad is the official sans-serif font of University of Delaware.