Saluton from Radaro!
This week Radaro will help you get oriented with the globe, unicorns, and the newly released Plena Ilustrita Vortaro. As always, there are amazing developments going on in Creations of Esperantujo to keep you motivated. Just a reminder, there are volunteering opportunities available linked at the bottom of the page, so do take a browse if you are interested!
Website of the Week
Radaro honors the Libera Esperanto Kantaro as our website of the week: http://kantaro.ikso.net/start2
Do you have a song in your heart, but lack the words or tune? Do you have a favorite song you want to share and teach? Check out Free Esperanto Song Wiki and satisfy your soul with some soul…
Check out this awesome interactive world map in Esperanto! You can scroll and zoom in and out as you explore the map and have fun finding your hometown or next travel destination.
Here is an explanation of Esperanto country and nationality naming conventions in case you want some extra info.
Bertilo published a new edition of the Plena Ilustrita Vortaro. Read all about it: https://bertilow.com/bertiloblogo/?p=340&fbclid=IwAR3yzYy_1D7u6nAJ7FK2NYa_2dS2U5wh4DA5bbacWlrjarQcoViYjKPCXzo
Finfine, dankon al Lee Miller, ni scias la anatamio de unikorno.
Creations of Esperantujo
La finaj tagoj de la Alaska venka ĝardeno:
Fundamenta Vorto de la Semajno
This week’s Fundamento is: Adulto (adulterer)
In Esperanto, a full-grown person is a plenkreskulo. An adulterer is an adulto, according to the Universala Vortaro. This gives me more questions than answers about the English language and culture.
Photos from Etimologia Vortaro used under Fair Use as educational material. Etimologia Vortaro is available from UEA through Esperanto-USA.