A unicase or unicameral alphabet is one that has no case for its letters. Kannada, Tamil, Arabic, Old Hungarian, Hebrew, Georgian and Hangul are unicase alphabets, while (modern) Latin, Greek, Cyrillic and Armenian have two cases for each letter, e.g., B/b, Β/β, Б/б, Բ/բ. Rules for case usage vary — apart from the general rule of capitaliz
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Type design with upper- and lowercase letter forms that share the same height (with a few exceptions). See this list of Unicase designs.
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