Ponomar Unicode (previously called Hirmos Ponomar) is a font for typesetting Synodal Church Slavonic (that is, Church Slavonic used in modern
liturgical texts of the Russian Orthodox Church).
It may also be used to typeset liturgical texts in Romanian (Moldovan) Cyrillic, Aleut and Sakha (Yakut)
Fedorovsk Unicode is designed to mimic the typeface used by Ivan Fedorov, who produced some of the first printed books in Moscow. It is intended
primarily for reproducing publications from that era, either in an academic setting, or as modern Old Rite liturgical texts.
Monomakh Unicode is a Cyrillic font implemented in a mixed ustav/poluustav style and intended to cover needs of researches
dealing with Slavic history and philology. It also provides Latin characters in a similar typeface, which is useful for
working with multilingual academic editions.
Бл҃же́нъ мꙋ́жъ, и҆́же не и҆́де на совѣ́тъ нечести́выхъ, и҆ на пꙋтѝ грѣ́шныхъ не ста̀, и҆ на сѣда́лищи гꙋби́телей не сѣ́де: но въ зако́нѣ гдⷭ҇ни во́лѧ є҆гѡ̀, и҆ въ зако́нѣ є҆гѡ̀ поꙋчи́тсѧ де́нь и҆ но́щь.
Fericit bărbatul, care n-a umblat în sfatul necredincioșilor și în calea păcătoșilor nu a stat și pe scaunul hulitorilor n-a șezut; ci în legea Domnului e voia lui și la legea Lui va cugeta ziua și noaptea.
Menaion Unicode provides both Cyrillic and Glagolitic characters and is intended for representing text from Ustav-era
Church Slavonic manuscripts.
Искони бѣ слово и слово бѣ отъ б҃а и б҃ъ бѣ слово 𝀏
Pomorsky Unicode is a decorative font intended for drop caps (bukvitsy) and decorative titling. It reproduces the
calligraphic style of book and chapter titles used by Priestless Old Ritualists of the Vyg Hermitage.
FiraSlav is a monospaced font for Church Slavonic, intended for editing Church Slavonic
text in a text editor. All diacritical marks and combining letters are presented as
spacing symbols and a monospaced appearance is maintained. The font includes both regular
and bold flavors. Download
$number =~ /^(?:҂([$h]))*(?:҂([$o]))*([$h]?)([клмнѯопч]?)([$o]?)$/;
var letter = '(?:ᲂу|Оу|оу\\S)[̀́̑҆̾̏҇҃ⷠⷡⷢⷣⷷⷤⷥꙵꙶⷦ]*';
RussianMission is not a standalone CJK font. It provides only the 20 Han glyphs used in the texts of the Russian
Mission in China and the Russian Mission in Japan to transliterate Church Slavonic syllables. The characters have now
been accepted for encoding into the CJK Unified Ideographs block of Unicode starting at U+9FD6. See the README file for
the codepoints and more information. RussianMission is not a supported font. Glyphs are provided for inclusion into
other CJK fonts.
Licenses and Technical Information
Fonts are provided in two formats: OpenType CFF (OTF extension) and TrueType (TTF extension).
Please read the documentation
for specific issues and a description of the OpenType and SIL Graphite features.