# Category:Esperanto borrowed terms

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Esperanto terms that are loanwords, i.e. terms that were directly incorporated from another language.

- Category:Esperanto orthographic borrowings: Esperanto orthographic loans, i.e. terms that were borrowed in their script forms, not their pronunciations.
- Category:Esperanto phono-semantic matchings: Esperanto phono-semantic matchings, i.e. terms that were borrowed by matching the etymon phonetically and semantically.
- Category:Esperanto unadapted borrowings: Esperanto loanwords that have not been conformed to the morpho-syntactic, phonological and/or phonotactical rules of the target language.

## Subcategories

This category has the following 103 subcategories, out of 103 total.

### A

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Afrikaans (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Akkadian (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Amharic (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Arabic (0 c, 23 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Armenian (0 c, 3 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Azerbaijani (0 c, 1 e)

### B

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Bambara (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Basque (0 c, 2 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Belarusian (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Bengali (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from British English (0 c, 1 e)

### C

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Canadian French (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Chichewa (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Classical Nahuatl (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Czech (0 c, 2 e)

### D

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Danish (0 c, 3 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Dhivehi (0 c, 1 e)

### E

### F

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Finnish (0 c, 5 e)

### G

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Georgian (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Gogo (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Greek (0 c, 2 e)

### H

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Hausa (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Hawaiian (0 c, 2 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Hindi (0 c, 3 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Hungarian (0 c, 5 e)

### I

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Ido (0 c, 28 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Indonesian (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Interlingua (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Interlingue (0 c, 2 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Inuktitut (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Irish (0 c, 3 e)

### J

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Japanese (0 c, 39 e)

### K

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Kazakh (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Khoekhoe (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Koine Greek (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Korean (0 c, 4 e)

### L

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Late Latin (0 c, 3 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Lithuanian (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Lojban (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Louisiana Creole (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Láadan (0 c, 1 e)

### M

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Malay (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Maltese (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Mandarin (0 c, 8 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Marathi (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Medieval Latin (0 c, 2 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Mexican Spanish (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Moore (0 c, 1 e)

### N

- Esperanto terms borrowed from New Latin (0 c, 28 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Niuean (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Norwegian (0 c, 2 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Novial (0 c, 1 e)

### O

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Old French (0 c, 2 e)

### P

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Pashto (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Persian (0 c, 2 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Punjabi (0 c, 1 e)

### R

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Rarotongan (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Romance languages (0 c, 7 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Romanian (0 c, 2 e)

### S

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Sami languages (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Samoan (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Sanskrit (0 c, 6 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Serbo-Croatian (0 c, 4 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Sicilian (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Slavic languages (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Slovak (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Slovene (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Swahili (0 c, 2 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Swedish (0 c, 5 e)

### T

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Talossan (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed back into Esperanto (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Tibetan (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Translingual (0 c, 7 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Tswana (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Turkish (0 c, 1 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Tuvaluan (0 c, 1 e)

### U

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Ukrainian (0 c, 3 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Urdu (0 c, 2 e)
- Esperanto terms borrowed from Uyghur (0 c, 1 e)

### V

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Vietnamese (0 c, 2 e)

### W

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Welsh (0 c, 1 e)

### X

- Esperanto terms borrowed from Xhosa (0 c, 1 e)