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Those are usually mean word clouds. You can use this site easily for creating a word cloud.
I'm still learning and practicing with font combinations myself, but I go to inspiration sites for reference like typ.io. The most common serif typefaces people chose to use with geometric fonts seemed to be rounder and have larger x-height, much like many geometric typefaces. Georgia was one example. It would also probably depend on whether the geometric ...
The term I think you're looking for is 'tag cloud', or 'word cloud'. The average tag cloud doesn't regularly include custom shapes like the arrow on the lower left of your example, but the term is close enough. It seems you can create great word clouds with Wordle.
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