Italic may refer to:

  • Anything of or relating to Italy
    • Anything of, or relating to, the Italian Peninsula
      • Ancient Italic peoples, Italic-language speaking people of ancient Italy
      • Italic languages, an Indo-European language family
      • Old Italic alphabet, an alphabet of ancient Italy
  • In calligraphy and typography:
    • Italic script, a method of handwriting
    • Italic type, used in typography mainly for emphasis
  • In architecture
    • The Italic or Composite order

Other articles related to "italics, italic":

Aɪˈtælɪk - Examples
... An example of normal (roman) and true italics text Some examples of possible differences between roman and italic type, besides the slant, are below ... The transformations from roman to italics are illustrated ... None of these differences are required in an italic some, like the p variant, do not show up in the majority of italic fonts, while others, like the a and f ...
List Of Microsoft Windows Fonts
... Andalus Regular Arabic Agency FB Regular, Bold, Italic, Bold Italic Angsana New Regular, Bold, Italic, Bold Italic Thai AngsanaUPC Regular, Bold, Italic, Bold Italic Thai Arabic ... Arabic, Hebrew, Thai 95 Times New Roman Regular, Bold, Italic, Bold Italic Latin/Greek/Cyrillic, Arabic, Hebrew 3.1 Traditional Arabic Regular, Bold ...
... and 1911 Clearface (1907) Clearface Bold + Italic Clearface Heavy + Italic Clearface Italic ...
Aɪˈtælɪk - History
... Italic type was first used by Aldus Manutius and the Aldine Press in 1501, in an edition of Virgil dedicated to Italy ... According to Lynne Truss, Manutius invented the italic typeface ... Unlike the italic type of today, the capital letters were upright roman capitals which were shorter than the ascending lower-case italic letters and used about 65 tied letters (ligatures ...
Serbian Cyrillic Alphabet - Differences From Other Cyrillic Alphabets
... Serbian and Macedonian italic and cursive forms of lowercase letters б, п, г, д, and т, differ from those used in other Cyrillic alphabets (in Serbian ш is optionally underlined ... an obstacle in Unicode modeling, as the glyphs differ only in italic versions, and historically non-italic letters have been used in the same code positions ... common computers contain East Slavic rather than Serbian italic glyphs ...