Nyala (typeface)

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Category Semi Serif (known also Humanist Sans Serif)
Designer(s) John Hudson, Geraldine Wade
Date released 2003
Design based on Sylfaen

Nyala is an OpenType TrueType flavour font based on Sylfaen and designed to support the Latin alphabet and the Ge'ez script used in Ethiopic languages. It was created by John Hudson and Geraldine Wade and is part of the Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, and Windows 7. The font was named for the mountain nyala, a species of great African antelope native to the highlands of Ethiopia.

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