Esperantido

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Esperantido is a term used for languages derivatives of Esperanto and an artificial language for describing a language project based or inspired by Esperanto

Esperanto Reform Project[change | edit source]

The creator of the Esperanto was the oculist Ludwik Lejzer Zamenhof in 1887, he proposed reform in 1894, Which raises a number of changes in the language (he considered it "Reformed Esperanto")

The most popular Esperantido[change | edit source]

The most popular project of Esperantido is the Ido, but is far from the popularity of their principal language, The Esperanto, which continues being the universal language project world's most popular of all.