Font Libraries, Directories and Large, Multi-Script Fonts
- Alan Wood's Unicode fonts resource
- Code2000, Code2001, and Code2002 (James Kass)
A shareware Unicode font
- Edward Trager's index of free/libre fonts
- Everson Mono
(and other fonts)
- Fonts By Range (Alan Wood)
Information on the Unicode fonts available for each Unicode range
- Gallery of Unicode Fonts
Hundreds of free Unicode fonts, with sample images from each
- Google Noto fonts
Intended as a source for fonts covering all scripts of The Unicode Standard,
released under Apache 2.0 license. Subdirectories for hinted and unhinted
versions, in bundles or individually.
- Google Noto "early
This repository contains Noto fonts that are currently
under development, so they may not be stable, but are available for use and
comment. (A discussion forum is available.)
- GNU Unifont
This font includes glyphs for every printable code point in the Unicode Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP), and is regularly updated.
- The Inter typeface family
Family of sans serif fonts in multiple weights designed by Rasmus Andersson with a large 2,500 glyph complement, supporting many languages
- Junicode (Peter S. Baker)
A Unicode-based font for medievalists.
- Last Resort Font
Link to downloading the Last Resort Font as well as its End User License Agreement
- Monotype fonts
- SIL Fonts
- George Douros' Fonts for Symbols and Ancient Scripts.
Symbola covers many of the Symbol blocks, including Unicode 13.0 characters and pictographs (emoji).
Older versions of Symbola are also available at other download sites.
An OpenType font which contains all of the TeX, LaTeX, and AMS TeX symbols, as well as hundreds of other symbols from the Unicode ranges that cover mathematical operators,
arrows, and technical symbols.
Fonts by Script or Language
Font Tools, Documentation and other Resources
Other Font Topics
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