Fount



[fount] /faʊnt/

noun
1.
a spring of water; .
2.
a source or origin:
a fount of inspiration to his congregation.
[fount, font] /faʊnt, fɒnt/
noun, British Printing.
1.
2 .
/faʊnt/
noun
1.
(poetic) a spring or fountain
2.
source or origin
/faʊnt; fɒnt/
noun
1.
(printing) another word for font2
n.

mid-15c., probably a shortening of fountain, influenced by Middle French font “fount.”

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