- fong, hiram leong,
- fons et origo,
- fonseca, gulf of,
- font name,
- fontainebleau school,
Origin of font1
Origin of font2
Examples from the Web for font
“Font, logo, edge finish, surface finish … everything is different from ours,” said Sung Hwang, the general manager.
The SarcMark solves that problem, and you can download it as a font for the reasonable price of $1.99 (£1.20).
So I turned it into a poster and I added some kind of fake Russian font to make it look alien.The Pixies Talk About Their Reunion, New Music and a Missing Band Member|Andrew Romano|September 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Avant Garde became the font du jour and Helvetica continued its ride to the top.Eight Best Bits of John Taylor’s Duran Duran Tell-All|Tom Sykes|October 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In the creative fields, from fashion to food to finance to font design, imitation co-exists with innovation.In ‘The Knockoff Economy,’ The Upside to Ripping Off Others’ Ideas|Kal Raustiala, Christopher Sprigman|September 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The introduction of surnames at the font permitted private predilections full play.Curiosities of Puritan Nomenclature|Charles W. Bardsley
Gothic letter, Caxton's fourth font, forty lines to the page, with headline.
The prince earnestly desiring baptism, Chad baptized him, Wulfade holding him at the font, after the manner taught by holy Church.The Lives of the Saints, Volume III (of 16): March|Sabine Baring-Gould
The first chapel is the Baptistery, containing the font and a modern statue of the boy Baptist.
The last of these bronze Virtues, by Goro di Neroccio, was not placed on the font till 1431.Donatello|David Lindsay, Earl of Crawford
- a large bowl for baptismal water, usually mounted on a pedestal
- a receptacle for holy water
Word Origin for font
Word Origin for font
"basin," Old English font, from Latin fons (genitive fontis) "fountain" (see fountain), especially in Medieval Latin fons baptismalis "baptismal font."
"typeface, set of letters of a particular type," 1680s, earlier "a casting" (1570s), from Middle French fonte "a casting," noun use of fem. past participle of fondre "to melt" (see found (v.2)). So called because all the letters in a given set were cast at the same time.