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EsperantoEdit

EtymologyEdit

From judo +‎ -ismo +‎ -ano.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /judisˈmano/
  • Hyphenation: ju‧dis‧ma‧no
  • Rhymes: -ano

NounEdit

judismano (accusative singular judismanon, plural judismanoj, accusative plural judismanojn)

  1. practicing Jew, practicer of Judaism
    • 1999 May 11, Vladislav Perlin, soc.culture.esperanto, Usenet:
      Chiu judismano nepre apartenas al juda popolo, ech se li ne apartenis al ghi denaske.
      Every practicer of Judaism necessarily belongs to the Jewish people, even if they didn't belong to it at birth.
    • 2009 January 26, Sergio, soc.culture.esperanto, Usenet:
      Ie mi legis, ke oni povas esti ateisto -- kaj tamen judismano, kondicxe ke oni plenumas la ritojn postulatajn de la komunumo.
      I read somewhere that you can be an atheist but still a practicing Jew, as long as you carry out the rituals demanded by the community.
    • 2013 July 30, Elhana quoted and translated from English to Esperanto by LeviPetro, soc.culture.esperanto, Usenet:
      "4. La deviga postulo por Esperanto de Zamenhof estis mizantropa religio nomita 'homaranismo', kiun ĉiuj loĝantoj de la mondo escepte de la judismanoj devus akcepti."
      "4. The mandatory application to Zamenhof's Esperanto was a misanthropic religion called 'Homaranism', which should have been accepted by everyone in the world, except Judaism followers."
    Hypernym: judo