List of typefaces

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This is a list of typefaces, which are separated into groups by distinct artistic differences.


Slab serif[edit]





Brush Scripts[edit]



Unicode fonts[edit]

This is a list of Unicode fonts showing the number of characters/glyphs included for the released version, and also showing font's license type:

  • Alphabetum (shareware, includes a few SMP character blocks. Over 5,490 characters in version 9.00)
  • Arial Unicode MS (distributed along with Microsoft Office (2002XP, 2003). only supports up to Unicode 2.0. Contains 50,377 glyphs (38,917 characters) in v1.01.)
  • Batang and Gungsuh, a serif and monospace/gothic font, respectively; both with 20,609 Latin/Cyrillic/CJK glyphs in version 2.11. Distributed with Microsoft Office.
  • Bitstream Cyberbit (free for non-commercial use. 29,934 glyphs in v2.0-beta.)
  • Bitstream Vera
  • ClearlyU (Freeware. This family of bitmap fonts provides a set of 12 pt, 100 dpi proportional BDF fonts with many of the glyphs needed for Unicode text. 9,538 glyphs in v1.9.)
  • Code2000 (shareware Unicode font; supports the entire BMP. 63,888 glyphs in v1.15.)
  • DejaVu fonts (free. "DejaVu Sans" includes 3,471 glyphs and 2,558 kerning pairs in v2.6)
  • Doulos SIL (free; designed for IPA. 3,083 glyphs in v4.014.)
  • Everson Mono (also known as, Everson Mono Unicode. Shareware; contains all non-CJK characters. 4,899 glyphs in Macromedia Fontographer v4.1.3 2003-02-13.)
  • Fallback font (freeware fallback font for Windows)
  • Fixedsys Excelsior (freeware, 5,992 glyphs in v3.01, supports most glyphs in the basic plane except CJK)
  • Free UCS Outline Fonts (freeware, "FreeSerif" freefont includes 3,914 glyphs in v1.52, MES-1 compliant)
  • Gentium (free. 1,699 glyphs in v1.0.1, 2003.)
  • GNU Unifont (Free; bitmapped glyphs are inclusive as defined in unicode-5.1 only)
  • Georgia Ref (also distributed under the name "MS Reference Serif," extension of the Georgia typeface)
  • Gulim/New Gulim and Dotum, rounded sans-serif and non-rounded sans-serif respectively, (distributed with Microsoft Office 2000. wide range of CJK (Korean) characters. 49,284 glyphs in v3.10.)
  • Junicode (free; includes many obsolete scripts, intended for mediævalists. 2,235 glyphs in v0.6.12.)
  • LastResort (fallback font covering all 17 Unicode planes, included with Mac OS 8.5 and up)
  • Lucida Grande (Unicode font included with OS X; includes 1,266 glyphs)
  • Lucida Sans Unicode (included in more recent Microsoft Windows versions; only supports ISO 8859-x characters. 1,776 glyphs in v2.00.)
  • MS Gothic version 2.30 (14,965 glyphs with CJK and condensed Latin/Cyrillic), MS PGothic (14,965 glyphs with CJK and normal Latin/Cyrillic), MS UI Gothic (stronger kerns), distributed with Microsoft Office
  • MS Mincho version 2.30 (14,965 glyphs, CJK, condensed Latin), MS PMincho (14,965 glyph, normal), distributed with Microsoft Office
  • Squarish Sans CT v0.10 (1,756 glyphs; Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Hebrew, and more)
  • STIX (especially mathematics, symbols and Greek, see also XITS)
  • Symbola (free symbols... BMP/SMP unicode 6.2+proposals 7,818 total characters v7.06)
  • Titus Cyberbit Basic (free; updated version of Cyberbit. 9,779 glyphs in v3.0, 2000.)
  • URW++ Nimbus Sans Global
  • Verdana Ref (also distributed under the name "MS Reference Sans Serif," extension of the Verdana typeface)
  • Y.OzFontN (free. wide range of CJK (Japanese) characters. Includes few SMP character blocks. 59,678 glyphs in v9.13.)[citation needed]
  • XITS (especially mathematics, symbols and Greek)

Dingbat/Symbol fonts[edit]

Display/Decorative fonts[edit]

Note: Exablock is a modular and geometric display typeface created in 2009 by Scannerlicker (formerly known as "Loligovulgaris") based on a 6x6 grid. The diacritics of the typeface appear as negative space that are cut into glyph form. The typeface comes in two styles: Exablock Square and Exablock Round. The font is used in the "XD" part of the Disney XD logo.

Simulation/Mimicry fonts[edit]


See also[edit]


  1. ^ Pfeiffer, Marty. "Nu Sans". Scooter Graphics. Retrieved 26 March 2014. 
  2. ^ Harling, Robert (1978). The Letter Forms and Type Designs of Eric Gill. Boston, MA: Eva Svensson and David R. Godine. ISBN 0-87923-200-5.