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27 total results for ESPERANTO   ( score: 60 )

9 results for ESPERANTO from Shortz Era puzzles:
Sat Dec 31, 202234DLanguage with its own "green star" flagBilly Bratton
Sat Jan 23, 202154ALanguage in which "Hello, how are you?" is "Saluton, kiel vi fartas?"Doug Peterson and Brad Wilber
Thu Sep 6, 201846ALiterally, "a hopeful person"Jeff Chen
Sat Apr 28, 201815ALanguage in which plural adjectives end in -ajAndrew Kingsley and John Lieb
Thu Sep 22, 201115AIt has just 16 rules of grammarJeff Dubner
Sat Apr 18, 200929AThe 1965 William Shatner film "Incubus" is in itByron Walden
Tue Jul 24, 20071ALanguage in which plurals are formed by adding -ojBruce Adams
Fri Mar 14, 199737ALingua franca, for someManny Nosowsky
Fri Aug 16, 199614A"Saluton! Kiel vi fartas?," e.g.M. Gaffney
6 results for ESPERANTO from Variety puzzles:
Jun 13, 2021Cryptic27APerson ate pickled tongue (9)Richard Silvestri
Feb 19, 2017AcrosticAInvention described in the 1887 book "Unua Libro" (and the subject of this puzzle's quotation)Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon
Jul 10, 2011Cryptic15DLanguage spanning empires, per Antony (9)Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon
May 15, 2011Cryptic2DOne prates oddly in a language few can understand (9)Don Manley
Mar 26, 2006Cryptic6DPerson ate boiled tongue (9)Doug Peterson
Aug 17, 2003AcrosticI"The language of spies," according to StalinEmily Cox & Henry Rathvon
12 results for ESPERANTO from pre-Shortz puzzles:
Wed Mar 31, 199335DL.L. Zamenhof's creationGayle DeanMaleska
Sat Sep 28, 196832DArtificial language.UnknownFarrar
Wed Sep 8, 196534DArtificial language.UnknownFarrar
Wed Apr 3, 196320AArtificial language.UnknownFarrar
Wed Feb 6, 196353AArtificial language.James E. Hinish, Jr.Farrar
Wed Dec 12, 196220AArtificial language.UnknownFarrar
Mon Nov 27, 196111DArtificial language.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jul 23, 196161DInternational language.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Wed Jun 10, 195911DArtificial language.UnknownFarrar
Fri Oct 14, 195556AArtificial language.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Sun Jun 17, 195134DOdd language.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Jan 8, 195054DUniversal language.Henry A. WolfeFarrar