Catrinity

A free Sans-Serif OpenType Unicode Font

Characters

Unicode Blocks

Currently Catrinity contains characters in the following Unicode blocks:

  • Basic Latin
  • Latin-1 Supplement
  • Latin Extended-A
  • Latin Extended-B
  • IPA Extensions
  • Spacing Modifier Letters
  • Combining Diacritical Marks
  • Greek and Coptic
  • Cyrillic
  • Cyrillic Supplement
  • Armenian
  • Hebrew
  • Thai (Baht sign only)
  • Georgian
  • Cherokee
  • Ogham
  • Runic
  • Tagalog
  • Hanunoo
  • Buhid
  • Tagbanwa
  • Combining Diacritical Marks Extended
  • Cyrillic Extended-C
  • Georgian Extended
  • Phonetic Extensions
  • Phonetic Extensions Supplement
  • Combining Diacritical Marks Supplement
  • Latin Extended Additional
  • Greek Extended
  • General Punctuation
  • Superscripts and Subscripts
  • Currency Symbols
  • Combining Diacritical Marks for Symbols
  • Letterlike Symbols
  • Number Forms
  • Arrows
  • Mathematical Operators
  • Miscellaneous Technical
  • Control Pictures
  • Enclosed Alphanumerics
  • Box Drawing
  • Block Elements
  • Geometric Shapes
  • Miscellaneous Symbols
  • Dingbats
  • Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-A
  • Supplemental Arrows-A
  • Braille Patterns
  • Supplemental Arrows-B
  • Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-B
  • Supplemental Mathematical Operators
  • Miscellaneous Symbols and Arrows
  • Latin Extended-C
  • Coptic
  • Georgian Supplement
  • Tifinagh
  • Cyrillic Extended-A
  • Supplemental Punctuation
  • Enclosed CJK Letters and Months (circled numbers only)
  • Yijing Hexagram Symbols
  • Lisu
  • Cyrillic Extended-B
  • Latin Extended-D
  • Latin Extended-E
  • Cherokee Supplement
  • Alphabetic Presentation Forms
  • Variation Selectors
  • Small Form Variants
  • Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms
  • Specials
  • Ancient Greek Numbers
  • Ancient Symbols
  • Lycian
  • Carian
  • Old Italic
  • Gothic
  • Hatran
  • Phoenician
  • Lydian
  • Old South Arabian
  • Old North Arabian
  • Old Turkic
  • Old Hungarian
  • Yezidi
  • Elymaic
  • Lisu Supplement
  • Ancient Greek Musical Notation
  • Tai Xuan Jing Symbols
  • Counting Rod Numerals
  • Mathematical Alphanumeric Symbols
  • Mahjong Tiles
  • Domino Tiles
  • Playing Cards
  • Enclosed Alphanumeric Supplement
  • Miscellaneous Symbols and Pictographs
  • Emoticons
  • Geometric Shapes Extended
  • Supplemental Arrows-C
  • Supplemental Symbols and Pictographs
  • Chess Symbols
  • Symbols and Pictographs Extended-A
  • Tags

Please note that not all of these blocks are completed. For a more detailed overview, please see the PDF documents on the right side under “Download”.

There are also some characters in other blocks, namely a handful of CJK characters. They are currently only a proof of concept and included to test the metrics, but are not sufficient for writing actual texts.

Private Use Area

Catrinity contains non-standard characters in the Unicode blocks Private Use Area, Supplementary Private Use Area-A and Supplementary Private Use Area-B. For further details, please refer to the Private Use Area documentation (PDF).

The currently implemented non-standard blocks are:

  • Tengwar
  • Cirth
  • Phonetic Extensions Appendix
  • MUFI Compatibility-A
  • Alphanumeric Supplement
  • Gargoyle
  • Unifon Extended
  • Unifon
  • Alphabetic Presentation Forms Appendix
  • MUFI-CYFI Compatibility
  • Kodo Symbols
  • Mathematical Operators Appendix
  • Geomantic Figures
  • Various Symbols
  • Geometric Shapes and Technical Symbols Appendix
  • Kreative Compatibility
  • Apple Compatibility
  • Technical Symbols Appendix
  • Klingon
  • Control Pictures Appendix-A
  • Number Forms Appendix
  • Enclosed Alphanumerics Appendix
  • Partially Enclosed Alphanumerics
  • Domino Tiles Appendix
  • Chess Symbols Appendix
  • Miscellaneous Game Symbols
  • Regional Flags
  • Pictographs Appendix
  • Control Pictures Appendix-B

There also is a roadmap for future assignments.

Instructed Letters

The following letters have anchors defined for the correct placement of common diacritical marks:

Picture of instructed letters in Catrinity

The marks can be found in the Code Charts (all characters and their codepoints, PDF).

Letters of other scripts, e.g. Hebrew or Tagalog, are instructed for the placement of their respective marks, but not the general ones.