Garamond



[gar-uh-mond] /ˈgær əˌmɒnd/

noun
1.
a printing type designed in 1540 by Claude Garamond (c1480–1561), French type founder.
/ˈɡærəmɒnd/
noun
1.
a typeface, designed by Claude Garamond (?1480–1561), French type founder

typeface, named for 16c. French typefounder Claude Garamond.

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