The Cebuano language is the second most-spoken language in the Philippines after Tagalog. Cebuano has its own unique set of fonts and orthographic conventions that are used when writing the language. Cebuano orthography, or the way the language is written, follows a set of rules for spelling, punctuation, and grammar. These rules are used to ensure that the written language is consistent and can be understood by speakers of Cebuano.
As for Cebuano fonts, there are a number of different fonts that are commonly used when writing in the language. Some of these fonts are designed to mimic the look of handwritten Cebuano, while others are more modern and digital in appearance.
Writing System: Latin script
Alphabetic Writing System: Cebuano alphabet
Number of Characters: 20
Alphabet Letter / Character Set: A, a, B, b, K, k, D, d, E, e, G, g, H, h, I, i, L, l, M, m, N, n, Ñ, ñ, O, o, P, p, R, r, S, s, T, t, U, u, W, w, Y, y.
Language Speakers: 20 million
Country / Areas: Central Visayas, western parts of Eastern Visayas, some western parts of Palawan and most parts of Mindanao
Typeface Usage: Various business typography uses, such as corporate fonts, branding font styles, labels, product, and packaging fonts, high-performing gaming, and app fonts, more wide-use multimedia, and printer-friendly digital fonts, variable fonts for websites, tablets, software fonts, and any other high-grade professional and personal typeface applications.