Esp.

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Esp.

  1. Abbreviation of Esperanto.
    • 1914, Progreso — Volume 7, page ?:
      Detaloza komparo dil vortari Esp. ed Ido, kun enumero di la D. vorti supresita en Esp. e adjuntita ad Ido, pruvas, ke la du lingui havas preske la sama procento de D. radiki
      A detailed comparison of the Esperanto and Ido dictionaries, with enumeration of the German words suppressed in Esperanto and added in Ido, proves, that the two languages have almost the same precentage of German roots
    • 1914, Suplemento, page 13:
      Lore nia amiki respondis, ke ta kongreso esis precize la Delegitaro, qua examenis omna projeti, inkluzite Esp., ed adoptis Ido kun la voco dil Esp-ista membri.
      Then our friends responded, that the congress was precisely the Deligitaro, which examined every project, including Esperanto, and adopted Ido with the voice of the Esperanto members.

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