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EnglishEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Esperanto Esperantujo, from Esperanto +‎ -ujo (country).

Proper nounEdit

Esperantujo

  1. A notional land of Esperanto speakers.

Usage notesEdit

When Esperantists talk about the state of things 'in Esperantujo' (or Esperantio), they mean in places where Esperantists gather. Esperanto conferences and Internet forums are imagined to be part of this abstract Esperantoland.

It is comparable to the land of Lojbanistan to Lojbanists.

TranslationsEdit


EsperantoEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

Esperanto +‎ -ujo (country)

PronunciationEdit

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  • IPA(key): /esperanˈtujo/
  • Hyphenation: Es‧pe‧ran‧tu‧jo
  • Rhymes: -ujo

Proper nounEdit

Esperantujo (accusative Esperantujon)

  1. Esperantujo

Usage notesEdit

When Esperantists talk about the state of things 'in Esperantujo' (or Esperantio), they mean in places where Esperantists gather. Esperanto conferences and Internet forums are imagined to be part of this abstract Esperantoland.

It is comparable to the land of Lojbanistan to Lojbanists.