16 static fonts/styles
  • Extralight
  • Extralight Italic
  • Light
  • Light Italic
  • Regular
  • Italic
  • Medium
  • Medium Italic
  • Semibold
  • Semibold Italic
  • Bold
  • Bold Italic
  • Extrabold
  • Extrabold Italic
  • Black
  • Black Italic
1 variable font (Weight, Slant, and Italic axes)

                                  About Adapter Georgian

                                  Adapter is built for contemporary modernist aesthetics, and designer Ana Sanikidze delivers that same salience for Georgian users with the new Adapter Georgian Text.

                                  Modernist sans serifs or neo-grotesques are often an unobtrusive or basic default choice for continuous text. The Adapter Text subfamily is focused on ergonomics, even rhythm, and ease of reading. Its accentuated features, generous spacing, overall openness, and slightly squared counters all lend themselves well to lower resolutions, honouring the reading experience.

                                  This new addition to the series adapts these principles for the fabric of the Georgian script. Its Georgian-specific proportions, with longer ascenders and descenders, and carefully-positioned ink traps ensure functional parity with the other scripts in the Adapter microcosmos. The fonts offer a full bicameral character set, including the capital Mtavruli forms (newly added to Unicode in 2018) nicely complementing the essential, lowercase Mkhedruli letters.

                                  Adapter Georgian Text is also available as a single, lightweight variable font with variation axes for weight, slant, and italic forms. Packing the whole range of weights into a single, feather-light file makes it ideal for the contemporary web. Besides the Georgian language, the fonts also support other Kartvelian languages: Laz, Mingrelian, and Svan.

                                  The Adapter World collection currently supports Arabic, Cyrillic, Georgian, Greek, Hebrew, Latin, and Tamil and is determined to grow. These simple, flexible solutions to communicate globally are developed in collaboration with respected script experts to stay authentic and faithful to local preferences.

                                  Get Adapter Georgian

                                  Standard licence: Trial licence: Need more?
                                  • desktop: 5 users
                                  • web: up to 50K pageviews/month
                                  • OTF, TTF, and WOFF2 formats
                                  See the licence text for details
                                  • desktop: 1 user
                                  • only for evaluation and testing
                                  • OTF with some characters removed
                                  See the licence text for details
                                  • more desktop/web users
                                  • app/game embedding
                                  • broadcasting licencing
                                  • OEM licencing
                                  Buy Fonts Single font: 45 € Family of 17 fonts: 265 € Get Free Trial Fonts Contact the HQ
                                  Standard licence:
                                  • desktop: 5 users
                                  • web: up to 50K pageviews/month
                                  • OTF, TTF, and WOFF2 formats
                                  See the licence text for details Buy Fonts Single font: 45 € Family of 17 fonts: 265 €
                                  Trial licence:
                                  • desktop: 1 user
                                  • only for evaluation and testing
                                  • OTF with some characters removed
                                  See the licence text for details Get Free Trial Fonts

                                  Glyph table

                                  OpenType features

                                  Supported scripts and languages

                                  Georgian

                                  4 languages
                                  • Georgian
                                  • Laz
                                  • Mingrelian
                                  • Svan

                                  Latin

                                  338 languages
                                  • Acheron
                                  • Achinese
                                  • Acholi
                                  • Achuar-Shiwiar
                                  • Afar
                                  • Afrikaans
                                  • Aguaruna
                                  • Ahtna
                                  • Alekano
                                  • Aleut
                                  • Amahuaca
                                  • Amarakaeri
                                  • Amis
                                  • Anaang
                                  • Andaandi, Dongolawi
                                  • Anuta
                                  • Ao Naga
                                  • Apinayé
                                  • Aragonese
                                  • Arbëreshë Albanian
                                  • Arvanitika Albanian
                                  • Asháninka
                                  • Ashéninka Perené
                                  • Asturian
                                  • Asu (Tanzania)
                                  • Atayal
                                  • Balinese
                                  • Bari
                                  • Basque
                                  • Batak Dairi
                                  • Batak Karo
                                  • Batak Mandailing
                                  • Batak Simalungun
                                  • Batak Toba
                                  • Bemba (Zambia)
                                  • Bena (Tanzania)
                                  • Bikol
                                  • Bini
                                  • Bislama
                                  • Borana-Arsi-Guji Oromo
                                  • Bosnian
                                  • Breton
                                  • Buginese
                                  • Candoshi-Shapra
                                  • Caquinte
                                  • Caribbean Hindustani
                                  • Cashibo-Cacataibo
                                  • Cashinahua
                                  • Catalan
                                  • Cebuano
                                  • Central Aymara
                                  • Central Kurdish
                                  • Central Nahuatl
                                  • Chachi
                                  • Chamorro
                                  • Chavacano
                                  • Chiga
                                  • Chiltepec Chinantec
                                  • Chokwe
                                  • Chuukese
                                  • Cimbrian
                                  • Cofán
                                  • Congo Swahili
                                  • Cook Islands Māori
                                  • Cornish
                                  • Corsican
                                  • Creek
                                  • Crimean Tatar
                                  • Croatian
                                  • Czech
                                  • Danish
                                  • Dehu
                                  • Dimli
                                  • Dutch
                                  • Eastern Arrernte
                                  • Eastern Oromo
                                  • Efik
                                  • Embu
                                  • English
                                  • Ese Ejja
                                  • Falam Chin
                                  • Faroese
                                  • Fijian
                                  • Filipino
                                  • Finnish
                                  • French
                                  • Friulian
                                  • Gagauz
                                  • Galician
                                  • Ganda
                                  • Garifuna
                                  • Ga’anda
                                  • German
                                  • Gheg Albanian
                                  • Gilbertese
                                  • Gooniyandi
                                  • Gourmanchéma
                                  • Guadeloupean Creole French
                                  • Gusii
                                  • Haitian
                                  • Hakha Chin
                                  • Hani
                                  • Hawaiian
                                  • Hiligaynon
                                  • Ho-Chunk
                                  • Hopi
                                  • Huastec
                                  • Hungarian
                                  • Icelandic
                                  • Igbo
                                  • Iloko
                                  • Inari Sami
                                  • Indonesian
                                  • Irish
                                  • Istro Romanian
                                  • Italian
                                  • Ixcatlán Mazatec
                                  • Jamaican Creole English
                                  • Japanese
                                  • Javanese
                                  • Jola-Fonyi
                                  • K'iche'
                                  • Kabuverdianu
                                  • Kaingang
                                  • Kala Lagaw Ya
                                  • Kalaallisut
                                  • Kalenjin
                                  • Kamba (Kenya)
                                  • Kaonde
                                  • Kaqchikel
                                  • Karelian
                                  • Kashubian
                                  • Kekchí
                                  • Kenzi, Mattokki
                                  • Khasi
                                  • Kikuyu
                                  • Kimbundu
                                  • Kinyarwanda
                                  • Kirmanjki
                                  • Kituba (DRC)
                                  • Kongo
                                  • Konzo
                                  • Kuanyama
                                  • Kven Finnish
                                  • Kölsch
                                  • Ladin
                                  • Ladino
                                  • Latgalian
                                  • Ligurian
                                  • Lithuanian
                                  • Lombard
                                  • Low German
                                  • Lower Sorbian
                                  • Lozi
                                  • Luba-Lulua
                                  • Lule Sami
                                  • Luo (Kenya and Tanzania)
                                  • Luxembourgish
                                  • Macedo-Romanian
                                  • Madurese
                                  • Makhuwa
                                  • Makhuwa-Meetto
                                  • Makonde
                                  • Makwe
                                  • Malagasy
                                  • Malaysian
                                  • Maltese
                                  • Mandinka
                                  • Mandjak
                                  • Mankanya
                                  • Manx
                                  • Maore Comorian
                                  • Maori
                                  • Mapudungun
                                  • Marshallese
                                  • Matsés
                                  • Mauritian Creole
                                  • Meriam Mir
                                  • Meru
                                  • Mezquital Otomi
                                  • Minangkabau
                                  • Mirandese
                                  • Mizo
                                  • Mohawk
                                  • Montenegrin
                                  • Munsee
                                  • Murrinh-Patha
                                  • Muslim Tat
                                  • Mwani
                                  • Mískito
                                  • Naga Pidgin
                                  • Ndonga
                                  • Neapolitan
                                  • Ngazidja Comorian
                                  • Niuean
                                  • Nobiin
                                  • Nomatsiguenga
                                  • North Azerbaijani
                                  • North Marquesan
                                  • North Ndebele
                                  • Northern Kurdish
                                  • Northern Qiandong Miao
                                  • Northern Sami
                                  • Northern Uzbek
                                  • Norwegian
                                  • Nyanja
                                  • Nyankole
                                  • Occitan
                                  • Ojitlán Chinantec
                                  • Orma
                                  • Oroqen
                                  • Otuho
                                  • Palauan
                                  • Paluan
                                  • Pampanga
                                  • Papantla Totonac
                                  • Papiamento
                                  • Paraguayan Guaraní
                                  • Pedi
                                  • Picard
                                  • Pichis Ashéninka
                                  • Piemontese
                                  • Pijin
                                  • Pintupi-Luritja
                                  • Pipil
                                  • Pite Sami
                                  • Pohnpeian
                                  • Polish
                                  • Portuguese
                                  • Potawatomi
                                  • Prussian
                                  • Purepecha
                                  • Páez
                                  • Quechua
                                  • Romanian
                                  • Romansh
                                  • Rotokas
                                  • Rundi
                                  • Rwa
                                  • Samburu
                                  • Samoan
                                  • Sango
                                  • Sangu (Tanzania)
                                  • Saramaccan
                                  • Sardinian
                                  • Scottish Gaelic
                                  • Secoya
                                  • Sena
                                  • Seri
                                  • Seselwa Creole French
                                  • Shambala
                                  • Shawnee
                                  • Shipibo-Conibo
                                  • Shona
                                  • Shuar
                                  • Sicilian
                                  • Silesian
                                  • Slovak
                                  • Slovenian
                                  • Soga
                                  • Somali
                                  • Soninke
                                  • South Azerbaijani
                                  • South Marquesan
                                  • South Ndebele
                                  • Southern Aymara
                                  • Southern Qiandong Miao
                                  • Southern Sami
                                  • Southern Sotho
                                  • Spanish
                                  • Sranan Tongo
                                  • Standard Estonian
                                  • Standard Latvian
                                  • Standard Malay
                                  • Sundanese
                                  • Swahili
                                  • Swati
                                  • Swedish
                                  • Swiss German
                                  • Tagalog
                                  • Tahitian
                                  • Taita
                                  • Talysh
                                  • Tedim Chin
                                  • Tetum
                                  • Tetun Dili
                                  • Tiv
                                  • Toba
                                  • Tok Pisin
                                  • Tokelau
                                  • Tonga (Tonga Islands)
                                  • Tonga (Zambia)
                                  • Tosk Albanian
                                  • Totontepec Mixe
                                  • Tsakhur
                                  • Tsonga
                                  • Tswana
                                  • Tumbuka
                                  • Turkish
                                  • Turkmen
                                  • Tzeltal
                                  • Tzotzil
                                  • Uab Meto
                                  • Umbundu
                                  • Ume Sami
                                  • Upper Guinea Crioulo
                                  • Upper Sorbian
                                  • Venetian
                                  • Veps
                                  • Vietnamese
                                  • Võro
                                  • Wallisian
                                  • Walloon
                                  • Walser
                                  • Wangaaybuwan-Ngiyambaa
                                  • Waorani
                                  • Waray (Philippines)
                                  • Warlpiri
                                  • Wayuu
                                  • Welsh
                                  • West Central Oromo
                                  • Western Abnaki
                                  • Western Frisian
                                  • Wik-Mungkan
                                  • Wiradjuri
                                  • Wolof
                                  • Xavánte
                                  • Xhosa
                                  • Yanesha'
                                  • Yao
                                  • Yapese
                                  • Yindjibarndi
                                  • Yoruba
                                  • Yucateco
                                  • Zapotec
                                  • Zulu
                                  • Zuni
                                  • Záparo

                                  Credits

                                  Leads

                                  Ana Sanikidze Design

                                  Ana Sanikidze is a type designer from Tbilisi (Georgia). A graduate of the BA program at the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, Ana initially honed her skills as a graphic designer in multiple award-winning advertising agencies. Inspired by the beauty of Georgian calligraphy, she decided to pursue her passion for typography. Ana furthered her education by obtaining a master’s degree in Typeface Design from the University of Reading (UK). She has since been involved in sharing her expertise, teaching typography, and leading workshops on calligraphy and lettering.

                                  Assistance

                                  David Březina Art-direction
                                  Johannes Neumeier Font engineering

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