The shape of each terminal can fall
under one of three descriptive
categories: teardrop terminal, also
known as a lachrymal terminal; ball
terminal; and beak terminal, also
known as a spur terminal.
Another distinguishing feature of letterform construction is
the TERMINAL. This is the swelling at the end of a stroke,
usually found on the letters a, c, f, g, j, r, and y. Technically,
a terminal does not classify as a serif. A terminal is an
almost-serif, or a serif-wannabe.
The ball terminal has a
circular shape to It.
angular shape at Its tip.