Ligurian Genoese (also Zeneise, and Zeneize) Fonts
Ligurian Genoese, also known as Zeneise or Zeneize, is a Romance language that is closely related to Italian and French.In terms of fonts and orthography, Ligurian Genoese is written using the Latin alphabet, with some additional letters and diacritical marks to represent sounds specific to the language. There are some differences between Ligurian Genoese and standard Italian in terms of spelling and pronunciation. For example, the letter “c” is pronounced as a “ch” sound in Ligurian Genoese, while it is usually pronounced as a “k” sound in Italian. Additionally, the letter “i” is often pronounced as a “j” sound in Ligurian Genoese, and the letter “u” is often pronounced as a “w” sound.
Overall, Ligurian Genoese has a rich literary tradition and a unique set of fonts and orthographical conventions that reflect the distinctiveness of the language and its speakers.
Writing System: Latin script
Alphabetic Writing System: No universally accepted orthography exists for the Ligurian alphabet. Genoese, the prestige dialect, has two main orthographic standards.
Number of Characters: 26
Alphabet Letter / Character Set: A, a, Æ, æ, B, b, C, c, Ç, ç, D, d, E, e, Eu, eu, F, f, G, g, H, h, I, i, J, j, L, l, M, m, N, n, O, o, P, p, Q, q, R, r, S, s, T, t, U, u, V, v, X, x, Z, z.
Language Speakers: 300000
Country / Areas: Italy, Monaco, France
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.