- 1. Denoting the alphabet (or any of the letters in it) used for writing Latin, English, and most European languages, developed in ancient Rome.
- 2. Letterforms offa plain upright kind used in ordinary print, especially as distinguished from italic. Also, more specifically, letterforms with serifs derived from Roman stone-cut letterforms. Fonts also use this designation to distinguish from other variations such as bold or light.
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