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See also esperanto, esperantó, and espéranto

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From Esperanto esperanto (one who hopes), from French espérer, from Latin sperare (to hope). Originally, this was the pseudonym assumed by the language's creator, L. L. Zamenhof, and the language was called Lingvo Internacia (international language).

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  • enPR: ĕs"pə-răn'tō, ĕs"pə-rän'tō
  • (RP)
    • IPA: /ˌɛspəˈɹæntəʊ/, /ˌɛspəˈɹɑːntəʊ/
    • SAMPA: /%Esp@"r\{nt@U/, /%Esp@"r\A:nt@U/
  • (GenAm)
    • IPA: /ˌɛspəˈɹæntoʊ/, /ˌɛspəˈɹɑntoʊ/
    • SAMPA: /%Esp@"r\{ntoU/, /%Esp@"r\AntoU/
    Rhymes: -æntəʊ, Rhymes: -ɑːntəʊ

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Esperanto

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Esperanto

  1. The name of an international auxiliary language designed by L. L. Zamenhof with a base vocabulary inspired by Indo-European languages such as English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Russian, and having a streamlined grammar with completely regular conjugations, declensions, and inflections.
  2. (metaphorical) Anything that is used as a single international medium in place of plural distinct national media.
    The U.S. dollar is the Esperanto of currency.

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Esperanto n.

  1. Esperanto

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  • IPA: /es.peˈran.to/, SAMPA: /es pe"ran to/

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From the verb esperi (to hope), which derives from Latin sperare (to hope), and the affix -anto; meaning in Esperanto one who hopes. Doktoro Esperanto ("Doctor Hopeful") was the pen-name of Esperanto's author, Dr. Zamenhof, when he published the language in 1887.

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Esperanto (accusative Esperanton)

  1. An international auxiliary language designed by L. L. Zamenhof with a base vocabulary inspired by Indo-European languages such as English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Russian.

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  1. Esperanto

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  1. Esperanto

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