1. a receptacle, usually of stone, as in a baptistery or church, containing the water used in baptism.
2. a receptacle for holy water; stoup.
3. a productive source: The book is a font of useful tips for travelers.
4. the reservoir for oil in a lamp.
5. Archaic. a fountain.
Origin: before 1000; Middle English; Old English font, fant < Latin font- (stem of fōns) baptismal font, spring, fountain
1. a complete assortment of type of one style and size.
Also: British, fount.
Origin: 1570-80; < Middle French fonte < Vulgar Latin *funditus a pouring, molding, casting, verbal noun from Latin fundere to pour. See found
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