An Overview Of The Characters
Are you looking for a bold serif typeface to attract the audience? Then there is no alternative to Maragsa font. John David Maza, a designer from Iloilo City, Philippines designed this font and published it on May 8th 2020.
It is a display, semi-serif typeface that takes its shape from the pakupya accent mark, which is used to help Filipino speakers say words correctly. The tapered tips of the pakupya accent mark signaled the sharp edges, quickly flowing strokes, and abrupt cuts in the characters, which is how words with stress should be said.
You can feel the old style vibe in every of its characters. The word “maragsa” describes how words in Philippine languages are said when the last syllable has both a stress (diin) and a glottal stop (impit) at the same time. It is shown by putting a “pakupya” or “circumflex” mark on the last vowel of the word. Maragsa font is available in one style with the below features:
- Uppercase & lowercase letters.
- More glyphs and alternates.
Thanks to John David Maza for making a font that looks so good. Maragsa Serif Font is free for both personal and business use, and you can pay what you want for it. Please download and enjoy. You can also look on Free Fonts World for more fonts like this one.
Reason to use Maragsa Font
There are many reasons to use Maragsa font, but I will mention only two of the main reasons. First, it is a highly versatile typeface that you can use for a variety of applications, including printing, signage, and packaging. Second, the Maragsa is designed for legibility, so it will be easier to read on a big screen or printed.
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Maragsa Serif Font is free for both personal and business use, and you can pay what you want for it. Please download and enjoy. You can also search for more fonts like this one on free fonts world.