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10 static fonts/styles
  • Regular
  • Italic
  • Medium
  • Medium Italic
  • Semibold
  • Semibold Italic
  • Bold
  • Bold Italic
  • Extrabold
  • Extrabold Italic
2 variable fonts (Weight axis)
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                        About Nassim Latin

                        Nassim is a contemporary typeface for multilingual text-setting. With its lively texture and balanced rhythm, Nassim is a proven workhorse for a vast array of applications, from literature to the sciences, scholarly publications to contemporary news.

                        Nassim Latin is stout in colour and resolute in its construction, standing up to the demands of long-form reading. But the heartiness that keeps it going is balanced with lively details: the asymmetric serifs and calligraphic modulation allude just enough to broad-nib flourishes to keep the reader alert and looking for what comes next.

                        Nassim has always been ahead of the curve, bridging the distinct typographic traditions of Arabic and Latin without forcing the typographer into compromise. Nassim Latin offers upright and true italic styles across five weights, supporting more than 110 languages, and designed to pair harmoniously in multi-script settings with Nassim Arabic.

                        Beyond that, it is equipped with smart OpenType features like small caps, case-sensitive punctuation, and a full palette of ranging numerals, fractions, and superior and inferior figures ensure that Nassim Latin is up to any task, be it print publications or delivering late-breaking online news.

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                        Standard licence: Trial licence: Need more?
                        • desktop: 5 users
                        • web: up to 500K pageviews/monthly
                        • OTF, TTF, and WOFF2 formats
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                        • desktop: 1 user
                        • only for evaluation and testing
                        • OTF with some characters removed
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                        • more desktop/web users
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                        Buy Fonts Single font: 60 € Family of 12 fonts: 360 € Get Free Trial Fonts Contact the HQ
                        Standard licence:
                        • desktop: 5 users
                        • web: up to 500K pageviews/monthly
                        • OTF, TTF, and WOFF2 formats
                        See the licence text for details Buy Fonts Single font: 60 € Family of 12 fonts: 360 €
                        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

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                        Glyph table

                        OpenType features

                        Supported scripts and languages

                        Latin

                        310 languages
                        • Acheron
                        • Achinese
                        • Afar
                        • Afrikaans
                        • Amahuaca
                        • Amarakaeri
                        • Amis
                        • Andaandi, Dongolawi
                        • Anuta
                        • Ao Naga
                        • Aragonese
                        • Arbëreshë Albanian
                        • Arvanitika Albanian
                        • Asháninka
                        • Ashéninka Perené
                        • Asu (Tanzania)
                        • Atayal
                        • Balinese
                        • Bari
                        • Basque
                        • Batak Dairi
                        • Batak Karo
                        • Batak Mandailing
                        • Batak Simalungun
                        • Batak Toba
                        • Bemba (Zambia)
                        • Bena (Tanzania)
                        • Bikol
                        • Bislama
                        • Borana-Arsi-Guji Oromo
                        • Bosnian
                        • Breton
                        • Candoshi-Shapra
                        • Caquinte
                        • Caribbean Hindustani
                        • Cashibo-Cacataibo
                        • Catalan
                        • Cebuano
                        • Central Aymara
                        • Central Kurdish
                        • Central Nahuatl
                        • 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 Abnaki
                        • Eastern Arrernte
                        • Eastern Oromo
                        • Embu
                        • English
                        • Ese Ejja
                        • Falam Chin
                        • Faroese
                        • Fijian
                        • Filipino
                        • Finnish
                        • French
                        • Friulian
                        • Gagauz
                        • Galician
                        • Ganda
                        • Garifuna
                        • Ga’anda
                        • German
                        • Gheg Albanian
                        • Gilbertese
                        • Gooniyandi
                        • Guadeloupean Creole French
                        • Gusii
                        • Haitian
                        • Hakha Chin
                        • Hani
                        • Hawaiian
                        • Hiligaynon
                        • Ho-Chunk
                        • Hopi
                        • Huastec
                        • Hungarian
                        • Icelandic
                        • Iloko
                        • Inari Sami
                        • Indonesian
                        • Irish
                        • Istro Romanian
                        • Italian
                        • Ixcatlán Mazatec
                        • Jamaican Creole English
                        • Japanese
                        • Javanese
                        • Jola-Fonyi
                        • K'iche'
                        • Kabuverdianu
                        • 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
                        • Latin
                        • 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
                        • Manx
                        • Maore Comorian
                        • Maori
                        • Mapudungun
                        • Marshallese
                        • Matsés
                        • Mauritian Creole
                        • Meriam Mir
                        • Meru
                        • Mezquital Otomi
                        • Minangkabau
                        • Mirandese
                        • Mizo
                        • Mohawk
                        • Montagnais
                        • Montenegrin
                        • Munsee
                        • Murrinh-Patha
                        • Muslim Tat
                        • Mwani
                        • Mískito
                        • Naga Pidgin
                        • Ndonga
                        • Neapolitan
                        • Ngazidja Comorian
                        • Niuean
                        • Nobiin
                        • Nomatsiguenga
                        • North Azerbaijani
                        • 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
                        • Pedi
                        • Picard
                        • Pichis Ashéninka
                        • Piemontese
                        • Pijin
                        • Pintupi-Luritja
                        • Pipil
                        • Pite Sami
                        • Pohnpeian
                        • Polish
                        • Portuguese
                        • Potawatomi
                        • Prussian
                        • Purepecha
                        • 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
                        • Sicilian
                        • Silesian
                        • Slovak
                        • Slovenian
                        • Soga
                        • Somali
                        • Soninke
                        • South Azerbaijani
                        • 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
                        • Teso
                        • Tetum
                        • Tetun Dili
                        • Tiv
                        • Tok Pisin
                        • Tokelau
                        • Tonga (Tonga Islands)
                        • Tonga (Zambia)
                        • Tosk Albanian
                        • Totontepec Mixe
                        • Tsakhur
                        • Tsonga
                        • Tswana
                        • Tumbuka
                        • Turkish
                        • Turkmen
                        • Tzeltal
                        • Tzotzil
                        • Uab Meto
                        • Ume Sami
                        • Upper Guinea Crioulo
                        • Upper Sorbian
                        • Venetian
                        • Veps
                        • Võro
                        • Walloon
                        • Walser
                        • Wangaaybuwan-Ngiyambaa
                        • Waray (Philippines)
                        • Warlpiri
                        • Wayuu
                        • Welsh
                        • West Central Oromo
                        • Western Abnaki
                        • Western Frisian
                        • Wik-Mungkan
                        • Wiradjuri
                        • Wolof
                        • Xhosa
                        • Yanesha'
                        • Yao
                        • Yapese
                        • Yindjibarndi
                        • Yucateco
                        • Zapotec
                        • Zulu
                        • Zuni
                        • Záparo

                        Credits

                        Leads

                        Titus Nemeth Design
                        Titus Nemeth is a type designer, typographer, and historian. His internationally recognised practice spans commercial and cultural work, with a focus on Arabic and multilingual design. Titus’s research interests revolve around Arabic typographic history, and the history of the book, technology, and design. His publications reflect his activity in two spheres and seek to bridge historical research and contemporary design practice. Titus has taught typographic design at schools in Austria, France, Morocco, Qatar, and the UK.