5 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. See the dictionary definition.
|Thursday, September 22, 2011||15A||It has just 16 rules of grammar||Jeff Dubner|
|Saturday, April 18, 2009||29A||The 1965 William Shatner film "Incubus" is in it||Byron Walden|
|Tuesday, July 24, 2007||1A||Language in which plurals are formed by adding -oj||Bruce Adams|
|Friday, March 14, 1997||37A||Lingua franca, for some||Manny Nosowsky|
|Friday, August 16, 1996||14A||"Saluton! Kiel vi fartas?," e.g.||M. Gaffney|
4 results for ESPERANTO from Variety puzzles.
|July 10, 2011||cryptic||15D||Language spanning empires, per Antony (9)||Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon|
|May 15, 2011||cryptic||2D||One prates oddly in a language few can understand (9)||Don Manley|
|March 26, 2006||cryptic||6D||Person ate boiled tongue (9)||Doug Peterson|
|August 17, 2003||acrostic||I||"The language of spies," according to Stalin||Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon|
12 results for ESPERANTO from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Wednesday, March 31, 1993||35D||L.L. Zamenhof's creation||Gayle Dean||Maleska|
|Saturday, September 28, 1968||32D||Artificial language.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Wednesday, September 8, 1965||34D||Artificial language.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Wednesday, April 3, 1963||20A||Artificial language.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Wednesday, February 6, 1963||53A||Artificial language.||James E. Hinish, Jr.||Farrar|
|Wednesday, December 12, 1962||20A||Artificial language.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Monday, November 27, 1961||11D||Artificial language.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Sunday, July 23, 1961||61D||International language.||Jules Arensberg||Farrar|
|Wednesday, June 10, 1959||11D||Artificial language.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Friday, October 14, 1955||56A||Artificial language.||Herbert Ettenson||Farrar|
|Sunday, June 17, 1951||34D||Odd language.||Jack Luzzatto||Farrar|
|Sunday, January 8, 1950||54D||Universal language.||Henry A. Wolfe||Farrar|