Definitions for "Type family"
Keywords:  italic, bold, roman, condensed, width
Group of typefaces with similar letter forms and an unique name. Garamond, including all weights and styles, such as light, semibold and bold italic, is a type family. Also called family of type.
A group of weights and widths of a particular typeface. A complete type family might include light, medium, semi-bold, bold, extra-bold, all with italic, condensed, and extended versions.
a group of typefaces having the same overall styling but having different individual characteristics
A full range typefaces that are variations on the same design.
a series of variations of a typeface brought together because of their similarities
Keywords:  suitable, text, complete, printing, set
a complete set of type suitable for printing text