Origin of Esperanto
OTHER WORDS FROM EsperantoEs·pe·ran·tism, nounEs·pe·ran·tist, noun
Words nearby Esperanto
How to use Esperanto in a sentence
And Mangum swears that his knowledge of Esperanto better prepared him to learn Spanish.
Esperanto fell well short of Zamenhof's goal of a universal second language, but it was not a complete failure.
Nowhere is this pipe dream more obvious than in the history of Esperanto, one of the world's most well-known invented languages.
To this day, many Esperanto enthusiasts, including Doug Mangum of Greensboro, N.C., share in this frustration.
It is curious to notice that the apparently innocent invention of Esperanto receives support from the same quarter.Secret Societies And Subversive Movements|Nesta H. Webster
Here is a leaflet about the Panama Exposition published in Esperanto.
Here is a bookseller in Paris issuing a catalogue entirely in Esperanto.
For instance, in Paris and Barcelona there are many thousands who understand Esperanto.
The town of Antwerp publishes an illustrated guide of the town in Esperanto.