Georgian Typeface Georgian
Language Kit


We’ve been supporting Georgian since the late 80s with various Georgian fonts and we’re proud to present our Unicode implementation of the Georgian language for OS X.

Unicode Georgian Font Sample

This completely redesigned kit comes with a brand new typeface and supports the historical Georgian alphabets included in Unicode. We have chosen to support some different scripts through the use of alternate fonts (an Asomtavruli font is coming soon) since their styles are unique in most cases and rarely occur together in the same text, except for illustrative purposes. For the most part, this will happen naturally depending on the keyboard selected. (The presence of other Unicode Georgian fonts in your system may however require that you specifically select the appropriate font.)

The modern Georgian script, unique in so many ways, requires no fancy typographic support. As a result, it is compatible with any Unicode-aware application.



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