Moldovan is a Romance language closely related to Romanian. Moldovan orthography is the system of writing used for the Moldovan language. Like Romanian, Moldovan uses the Latin alphabet, with the addition of several diacritical marks to represent specific sounds. For example, the letter “â” is used to represent the sound [ɨ], and the letter “ș” is used to represent the sound [ʃ]. These diacritical marks are important for accurately representing the sounds of the language and ensuring that words are properly pronounced.
The choice of typeface typically depends on the context in which the language is being used, such as in a document, on a website, or in a publication.
Writing System: Cyrillic script
Alphabetic Writing System: Moldovan Cyrillic alphabet
Number of Characters: 31
Alphabet Letter / Character Set: А, а, Б, б, В, в, Г, г, Д, д, Е, е, Ж, ж, Ӂ, ӂ, З, з, И, и, Й, й, К, к, Л, л, М, м, Н, н, О, о, П, п, Р, р, С, с, Т, т, У, у, Ф, ф, Х, х, Ц, ц, Ч, ч, Ш, ш, Ы, ы, Ь, ь, Э, э, Ю, ю, Я, я.
Language Speakers: 2.5 million
Country / Areas: Moldova, also Ukraine, and Russia
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.