From the Radaro Team

We have a lot of new videos and updates from our Esperanto content creators under the Creations of the Esperantujo! We hope you’re having a great week! 

Website of the Week: Sennacieca Asocio Tutmonda

The Sennacieca Asocio Tutmonda (SAT), is one of the longest running Esperanto organizations known for being pro-labor and publishing the ever-popular Plena Ilustrita Vortaro (PIV). You’ll notice that the web version of their excellent dictionary is linked in Radaro to showcase our chosen Fundamento words of the week! If you’re curious to know more about this influential organization you should visit their site where you can find Esperanto learning materials, and other informative documents about SAT. Regardless of political leanings, it’s still interesting to get to know one of Esperantujo’s famous associations!

http://satesperanto.org/

New Blog in Esperanto and English: ESF Connected. Varied topics from conlangs to book reviews to the politics of language to triva games.

Visit ESF Connected and please leave a comment.

Put Sunday, 21 Feb 2021 at 11:00 eastern time on your calendar for the debut of the “ESF Connected Live” webinar. Registration information coming soon.

Donato’s Diamonds

Even before Vikipedio Esperantists were compiling the world’s knowledge for learners to read! Published in 1933, the Enciklopedio De Esperanto may not contain as much information as Wikipedia, but it’s a cool artifact demonstrating the efforts of Esperantists creating content and continually making the language accessible to all. Also, it’s pretty fun to browse around for a little while!

http://www.eventoj.hu/steb/gxenerala_naturscienco/enciklopedio-1/encikl.htm

EsperantoGramatiko

Vikipedio Article of the Week

Take a look here to learn about an almost-Esperanto-speaking territory from the early twentieth century. Always fun to hear about Esperanto’s quirky history!

https://eo.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moresnet_ne%C5%ADtrala

Image credit goes to Wikipedia users Scipius and ThrashedParanoid

Creations of the Esperantujo

Fundamento Word of the Week: Umbiliko

umbilik ́ nombril | navel | Nabel | пупъ | pępek

See it in the PIV: https://vortaro.net/#umbiliko_kd

 

Classifieds

Dictionaries:

English-Esperanto Annotated Dictionary:

http://www.esperanto-me.org/dic/?
The best English-Esperanto dictionary, includes compound English words.

Plena Ilustrita Vortaro de Esperanto: 

http://vortaro.net
The online dictionary that defines Esperanto in Esperanto.

Lingvohelpilo: 

http://beta.visl.sdu.dk/lingvohelpilo/
The most awesome Esperanto spelling and grammar checker on the internet.

Lernu Dictionary: 

https://lernu.net/en/vortaro

FAKAJ VORTAROJ, TERMINAROJ: 

http://www.eventoj.hu/steb/vortaroj/index-vortaro.htm

Komputeko: The Universal Computer Terminology Collection: 

https://komputeko.net/index_en.php

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