From the Radaro Team

This will be our last post until after Christmas! We hope everyone enjoys the holidays — and stays safe! 

Website of the Week

Interested in reading regularly published articles in Esperanto regarding current events, opinion pieces, and other happenings in the Esperantujo? A great website Libera Folio is regularly updated with new articles in Esperanto, give it a look if you’d like more reading practice in Esperanto! Their newest article discusses whether or not Esperanto is seeing a decline in “proper” grammar due to the age of the internet! 

Meme Magic

Donato’s Diamonds

Learn some geography and about world languages through Esperanto at Bertilow’s site! I promise they’re not just the English names with an “-o” at the end. For example: India is Barato and Georgia is Kartvelujo. You can definitely learn a little about the cultural background of these countries while expanding your vocabulary, so come browse a bit!


Vikipedio Article of the Week

Sanskrit is one of the world’s great classical languages and its corpus of literature has brought us much knowledge of dharmic religions like Hinduism and Buddhism. Indeed, it has a legacy to rival those of Greek and Latin and now you can read about it in Esperanto. Near the bottom of the article you’ll even find some Esperanto words of Sanskrit origin!

Credit to wikipedia user OldakQuill for the Sanskrit image

Creations of the Esperantujo

Mazi in Gondoland has returned for free to YouTube!


This great podcast can be heard for free on Spotify!

Fundamento Word of the Week: Lunatiko

Find it in the PIV

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lunatik ́ lunatique | lunatic | Mondsüchtiger | лунатикъ | lunatyk

Find it in the PIV:



English-Esperanto Annotated Dictionary:
The best English-Esperanto dictionary, includes compound English words.

Plena Ilustrita Vortaro de Esperanto:
The online dictionary that defines Esperanto in Esperanto.

The most awesome Esperanto spelling and grammar checker on the internet.

Lernu Dictionary:

Komputeka: The Universal Computer Terminology Collection:

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