I'm in the process of creating a small bitmap (pixel) font and want to name it in a way so as to differentiate it from further variants I will create later.
Naively, I would have appended the word "clean" to my font name, associating with that word properties such as no ornaments or decorations, very regular appearance, very minimal geometry, no special features that attract attention.
But when I have font sites list fonts with the tag "clean", not all of those fonts match my notion of "clean". That's why I suspect that they refer to other properties and features.
How do font artists define "clean"? Which exact characteristics does it refer to?