Definition of Esperanto. Meaning of Esperanto. Synonyms of Esperanto

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Definition of Esperanto

Esperanto
Esperanto Es`pe*ran"to, n. An artificial language, intended to be universal, devised by Dr. Zamenhof, a Russian, who adopted the pseudonym ``Dr. Esperanto' in publishing his first pamphlet regarding it in 1887. The vocabulary is very largely based upon words common to the chief European languages, and sounds peculiar to any one language are eliminated. The spelling is phonetic, and the accent (stress) is always on the penult. -- Es`pe*ran"tist, n.

Meaning of Esperanto from wikipedia

- created Esperanto in the late 19th century and published the first book detailing it, Unua Libro, in 1887 under the pseudonym Dr. Esperanto, Esperanto translating...
- The Esperanto Wikipedia (Esperanto: Vikipedio en Esperanto, IPA: [vikipeˈdio en espeˈɾanto] or Esperanta Vikipedio [espeˈɾanta vikipeˈdio]) is the Esperanto...
- An Esperantist (Esperanto: Esperantisto) is a person who speaks Esperanto. According to the Declaration of Boulogne, a do****ent agreed upon at the first...
- like Esperanto, is a constructed international auxiliary language. L. L. Zamenhof published his constructed language under the pseudonym Dr Esperanto in...
- and sometimes as the pseudonymous Dr. Esperanto, was a Polish-Jewish ophthalmologist and the creator of Esperanto, the most successful constructed language...
- Esperanto is written in a Latin-script alphabet of twenty-eight letters, with upper and lower case. This is supplemented by punctuation marks and by various...
- Esperanto vocabulary was originally defined in Unua Libro, published by L. L. Zamenhof in 1887. It contained around 900 root words. The rules of the language...
- Esperanto and Novial are two different constructed international auxiliary languages. Their main difference is that while Esperanto is a schematic language...
- Esperanto speakers have their own culture, on top of being a "gateway" to the culture of the entire world (inherently more-so than most other dominant...
- Native Esperanto speakers (Esperanto: denaskuloj or denaskaj esperantistoj) are people who have acquired Esperanto as one of their native languages. As...
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