Esperantist
An Esperantist is a person who speaks or uses Esperanto. Etymologically, an Esperantist is someone who hopes (from Esperanto esperanto "a hoping one", "someone who hopes", from esperi "to hope"). Alth...
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Esperanto lexicographers
Esperanto lexicographers are individuals or groups, whether enthusiastic amateurs or trained linguists, who have produced single-language or bilingual dictionaries of Esperanto.More than 130 Esperanti...
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Native Esperanto speakers
Native Esperanto speakers (Esperanto: denaskuloj or denaskaj esperantistoj) are people who have acquired Esperanto as one of their native languages. As of 1996, there were 350 or so attested cases of...
Tibor Sekelj
Tibor Sekelj (14 February 1912 – 20 September 1988), also known as Székely Tibor according to Hungarian orthography, was a Hungarian born polyglot, explorer, author, and 'citizen of the world.' In 198...
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Julio Baghy
Julio Baghy (13 January 1891, Szeged – 18 March 1967, Budapest) was a Hungarian actor and one of the leading authors of the Esperanto movement. He is the author of several famous novels but it i...
Karel Píč
Karel Píč (Esperanto: Karolo Piĉ, December 6, 1920 – August 15, 1995) was a leading Czech Esperantist, a member of the Academy of Esperanto, a poet and writer of short stories, essays, and novels in ...
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William Auld
William Auld (6 November 1924 – 11 September 2006) was a Scottish poet, author, translator and magazine editor who wrote chiefly in Esperanto. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature in 199...
Marjorie Boulton
Marjorie Boulton (born 7 May 1924) is a British author and poet writing in both English and Esperanto.Marjorie Boulton taught English literature in teacher training and (from 1962 to 1970) as a colleg...
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Baldur Ragnarsson
Baldur Ragnarsson (born 25 August 1930) is an Icelandic poet and author of Esperanto works. He was a teacher and a superintendent of schools in Iceland.
He learned Esperanto at school in 1949 and ...
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Sándor Szathmári
Szathmári Sándor (Satma’ri Sa’ndor; 19 June 1897, Gyula – 16 July 1974) was a Hungarian writer, mechanical engineer, Esperantist, one of the leading figures in Esperanto literature.
Szathmári was ...
Montagu C. Butler
Montagu Christie Butler, (b. 25 January 1884 in London, d. 5 May 1970) was a British academic, librarian, lexicographer, musician, and Esperantist. A winner of several prizes at the Royal Academy of M...
Esperanto authors
Esperanto authors are notable authors from many nations who have written literature in the Esperanto language.
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Eugène Lanti
Eugène Lanti was a pseudonym of Eugène Adam (19 July 1879 in Normandy, France – 17 January 1947 in Mexico). Lanti was an Esperantist, socialist and writer. He was a founder of Sennacieca Asocio Tutmon...
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Franko Luin
Franko Luin (born April 6, 1941 in Trieste, Italy, died September 15, 2005 in Tyresö, Sweden) was a Swedish type designer of Slovene origin. He studied graphic arts at Grafiska Institutet in Stockholm...
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