Glosa

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Etymology[edit]

Lancelot Hogben of Great Britain published the "Interglossa" language in 1943. With Hogben's permission, Ronald Clark and Wendy Ashby began refining Interglossa, but Hobgen died in 1975. Clark and Ashby then decided to rename the language Glosa (because any changes that they made could not be approved by Hogben) for their publication of the new material in 1978.

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Glosa

  1. a constructed language intended to be used as a means of communication of, and between, the global scientific community

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