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Although Corbel is a Humanist sans, as DA01 commented, you may find that other fonts provide a similar feel, for example Corbert, also via Font Squirrel. This is their image; the leading could be larger: Corbert on Font Squirrel Unfortunately there is no native bold variant, so you will be forced into resorting to faux-bold.
There area couple of plugins you can use to make using Font Awesome (or other icon fonts) easier within photoshop: IconStack lets you insert icons from several libraries in one click and then lets developers copy the html for that icon. FontAwesomePs is simpler, just lets you drag FA icons into your PS document
Maybe Amble could do the work: http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/amble
On linux you can go to https://github.com/google/woff2 and compile that, then you'll have two utilities, one for compressing fonts to woff2 format and the other to decompress woff2 fonts to ttf.
The font is Roboto Light. You can find this Google Font at https://www.google.com/fonts/specimen/Roboto
First question: Why are you exporting text out as an image? There isn't a wrong answer; I'm curious as to what you're doing :) I don't know what font is "the smallest," but you can optimize what you have though! ImageOptim is a great tool to shave bytes off of the file size, and ImageAlpha is even more magical for PNGs with an alpha channel. I even wrote ...
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