Khmer Font is a readable and beautiful sans serif font. This font is often written in the oblique style. The styling and designing of this font have been under the supervision of Danh Hong.
The Khmer fonts are designed for readable and beautiful rendering of text in the Khmer script, the national language of Cambodia.
Khmer is the official language of Cambodia. The designer, Danh Hong, has many years of experience creating other Southeast Asian languages, and fonts for Khmer.
He is actively involved in the KhmerOS project. Danh dedicated himself to such a vision where Cambodians can learn computers in their own language and can use also them.
Khmer Font Family
A handful of non-Latin fonts have been launched in the Google Fonts Dictionary, including Khmer. The google font team selected Khmer font designer, Danh Hong, to describe the Cambodian font Hanuman and also encourage his creation.
Khmer font is licensed for free under the Open Font License. It means you can use this font freely in your products & projects – print or digital, commercial or otherwise.
Different styles of writing may be used for different purposes in Khmer. This is suitable for titles and headlines in documents, shop signs, and banners.
Khmer font is also used for creating interesting designs, plain text in books or newspapers, calligraphy style, literally, an italic style, and around the script.
This amazing font belongs to the Regular family that comes with only one unique Regular Khmer style with 67 sample glyphs. You can download this font for free in True Type File format in the zip download file.
You might also like some similar handwritten type fonts such as Taken By Vultures Font created and published by Branded Quotes and Kowalski Font published by Kowalsiness.
For making your site attractive and individual appearance, you can apply different styles by using an effective library. To download this elegant font just click on the button below.
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