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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Typographic_ligature

In writing and typography, a ligature occurs where two or more graphemes or letters are joined ... While in printing, a ligature is a group of characters that is typeset as a unit, and the characters do not have to be joined. For example, in some ...

typography.guru/journal/whats-a-ligature

Nov 20, 2012 ... So what are they? A letter, a ligature or a digraph? From just viewing at printed text, we can't even tell if one or two glyphs have been used.

www.thoughtco.com/ligature-in-typography-1078102

Mar 28, 2017 ... Two or more letters combined into one character make a ligature. In typography, some ligatures represent specific sounds or words such as the ...

www.typographydeconstructed.com/ligature

Definition: Two or more letters combined into one character make a ligature. ... A printed or written character (as æ or ƒƒ) consisting of two or more letters or ...

www.scribendi.com/advice/a_guide_to_the_proper_and_improper_use_of_ligatures.en.html

The use of these little characters increased during the 15th century with the advent of metal movable type, a system of printing that uses metal blocks of letters to ...

www.dictionary.com/browse/ligature

Ligature definition, the act of binding or tying up: The ligature of the artery was done with skill. ... Printing, Orthography. a stroke or bar connecting two letters. 5.

www.grailheart.com/media/languages/GreekLigatures.pdf

The Ligatures of Early Printed Greek Ingram, William H Greek, Roman and Byzantine ... the printing of Greek in the sixteenth century which, though hardly.

ilovetypography.com/2007/09/09/decline-and-fall-of-the-ligature

Sep 9, 2007 ... These are the most common ligatures, ff, fl, fi, ffi and ffl. ... the modern-era of printing, the typewriter and Desk Top Publishing (DTP) were all ...

www.mackichan.com/techtalk/v30/LigaturesDoNotPrint.htm

If a word contains the characters "fi", TeX will typeset the single ligature character "fi" ... Some versions of fonts and some print drivers do not have the ligature ...