|All the related variants of one typeface design, for example, different weight variants, width variants, upright, italic, bold, etc.
|The bottom right finish on the c and e at the end of the loop.
|Also known as monospaced fonts:
Fonts in which each character has the same standard width.
|Accent forms which can be used with the appropriate letters, replacing the need for special characters.
|Type that lines up at the left or right margin. Also called flush left/ranged left or flush right/ranged right.
|In typography used for a page number of a book or typescript.
|Traditionally, a complete set of characters for one typeface at one particular type size. Now used more loosely as a synonym for “typeface”.
|The font (font software) is the technical transfer of a type style into a digital file for a defined computer platform (Mac, PC) and font format (OpenType, PostScript, TrueType), and includes the character set and the digital instructions contained in the font, such as the kerning values, hinting information and feature definitions as well as other control information.
|The margin furthest away from the spine of a book.
|Type that extends across the full width of the page or column without indentation.
|(US, period): full stop