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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. A revised and simplified form, called Ido was developed in 1907, but Esperanto remained at the end of the 20th century the most popular aritficial language designed for normal human linguistic communication.
Of or pertaining to Spain or the Spaniards.
an artificial language based as far as possible on words common to all the European languages
The language of Spain.
Esperanto ( or ) is the world's most widely spoken constructed international auxiliary language. Created by Polish ophthalmologist L. L. Zamenhof in 1887, it was intended to be a universal second language for international communication, or (la lingvo internacia).
‘the international language’;
the Romance language spoken in most of Spain and the countries colonized by Spain
the people of Spain
of or relating to or characteristic of Spain or the people of Spain;
relating to Spain, its people, or its language.
the people of Spain.
a Romance language spoken in Spain and in much of Central and South America (except Brazil) and several other countries. It is the second most widely spoken first language in the world, with more than 400 millon speakers.