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Zoto Sans NKo

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ߓߪߣߍߑߞ ߕߛߧߘߖߤ ߟߏߵߨߒߠ ߢߎߥߡߴߝ ߔߩߌߙߊߦ

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license: Apache | Reference sans font for the Nko script | glyphs: 174 | scripts: Nko, Arabic


Zoto Sans NKo

Zoto Sans NKo is a design for the N’Ko script.

It contains 174 glyphs and 5 OpenType features, and supports 76 characters from the Unicode blocks: NKo, Arabic.

Supported writing systems

N’Ko

N’Ko (ߒߞߏ) is an African alphabet, written right-to-left. Used in West Africa for the Manding languages. Created in 1949 by Solomana Kante. The name of the script means “I say”. Has 19 consonants, 7 vowels and 8 diacritics. Influenced by the Arabic script. Read more on ScriptSource, Wikipedia, Unicode, Wiktionary.

License

Based on Noto by Google. Copyright 2011-2015 Google Inc. All Rights Reserved. Licensed under the Apache License v2.0.

Using this font

You may create your own fonts based on this font, and you may incorporate portions of this font into your own font. You may publish your own font under any license, including a commercial license, but you must:

  • in Font Info › Legal › Copyright, include Portions Copyright 2011-2015 Google Inc.
  • in Font Info › Legal › License, include Portions licensed under the Apache License v2.0.

Character map

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