Esperanto (Q143)

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international auxiliary language designed by Ludwik Lejzer Zamenhof
  • Esperanto language
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Language Label Description Also known as
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Esperanto
international auxiliary language designed by Ludwik Lejzer Zamenhof
  • Esperanto language
  • eo
  • epo

Statements

El primer Congreso Mundial de Esperanto en Boulogne-sur-Mer-la salida de la sala de convenciones. (Spanish)
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26 July 1887Gregorian
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31 October 2014
20 August 2012
Esperanto, The Universal Language, Celebrates its 125th Birthday (English)
Esperanto (Esperanto)
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Top 10 facts you didn't know about Esperanto (English)
14 December 2015
17 December 2015
Up to 2 million people worldwide are estimated to speak Esperanto, including around 2,000 native speakers who learned Esperanto from birth. (English)
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Native Esperanto as a Test Case for Natural Language (English)
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My own estimate is that the number of those who can really speak Esperanto is 100,000 with an error margin of half an order of magnitude, i.e., between ca. 30,000 and 300,000. (English)
Esperanto
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Esperanto
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51-AAB-da
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811.922
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Internationale Plansprachen. Eine Einführung (German)

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31 October 2014
эсп 845
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