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EtymologyEdit

Calque of Esperanto esperantisto, from Esperanto +‎ -ist.

AdjectiveEdit

Esperantist (not comparable)

  1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of Esperanto
    Underlying every Esperanto enthusiast is the Esperantist ideal that the world would be a better place if everyone could understand each other better.

NounEdit

Esperantist (plural Esperantists)

  1. A specialist or speaker of Esperanto, the international auxiliary language designed by L. L. Zamenhof.
    • 1914, Richard Bartholdt and A. Christen, Esperanto: Hearings before the Committee on Education, U.S.Government Printing Office, Project Gutenberg transcription:
      A growing number of Esperantists all over the world are using the services of the U. E. A.
    • 1969, Eco-logos (volumes 15-16, page 124)
      It is said that many of the early Catholic Esperantists, in particular, were frightened by this prospect—and it is, indeed, true that the Catholic element in early Idism is striking.

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Esperantist edition of Wiktionary

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NounEdit

Esperantist m (genitive Esperantisten, plural Esperantisten, feminine Esperantistin)

  1. Esperantist

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