Tok Pisin (also New Guinea Pidgin) Fonts
Tok Pisin is a creole language with unique orthography and a number of different fonts have been developed to support the language in written form. The orthography of Tok Pisin is based on the English alphabet, but includes a number of additional letters and diacritical marks to represent the unique sounds of the language. For example, the letter “c” is used to represent a voiceless palatal stop, while the letter “j” is used to represent a voiced palatal fricative. The diacritical marks are used to indicate tone, stress, and other features of the language.
There are typefaces available for Tok Pisin, each with its own unique design and characteristics. Some fonts are designed to be easy to read, while others are more decorative and intended for use in special publications or on signs and posters.
Writing System: Latin script
Alphabetic Writing System: Tok Pisin alphabet
Number of Characters: 21
Alphabet Letter / Character Set: A, a, B, b, D, d, E, e, F, f, G, g, H, h, I, i, K, k, L, l, M, m, N, n, O, o, P, p, R, r, S, s, T, t, U, u, V, v, W, w, Y., y., b.
Language Speakers: 1.5 million
Country / Areas: Papua New Guinea
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.