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Esperanto Open dictionary by Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

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It is a word from the Esperanto language meaning camel.


In Esperanto language it means sabotage, boycott, plot, conspiracy.


It is a word in the Esperanto language that means stubborn, stubborn, stubborn, stubborn.


Oyster. Mollusk whose ink was used in ancient times to dye or dye fabrics.


It is a word from the Esperanto language that means thank you.


It means currency, currency.


It is a word from the Esperanto language that means bold. Who has boldness, daring.


It is a word from the Esperanto language, which means to burn, to burn, to be consumed by fire. Scorch.


It means sequence, long story, history of several generations of characters. It can also mean sensible, sane, history.


Male name in Japanese. Name of a great Japanese explorer named Norio Susuki. He is famous for having found the last Japanese soldier of World War II (Hiroo Onoda). He died in an avalanche while looking for the yeti. The name of an artifact that is used to raise water from deep wells. In southern Colombia and Ecuador it can mean smart, nerd, applied. Also colloquially it means bully.

disfaldi malfaldi

They are two synonymous words in the Esperanto language and both mean to display .


It means mochiliar, ask for aventones, travel by finger.


It means naked, peeled, empeloto, without clothes.


It means wax, bitumen, luster. cream or grease to shine the footwear.

faldo faldajo

In Esperanto language they mean fold .

ekstremo ekstremajo

They are words of the Esperanto language that mean end and extremity respectively.

esti anta

In Esperanto language it means to arrive before, to be before, to arrive early.

detruo detruado

They are two words of the Esperanto language, meaning destruction and destruction.


It's a word from the Esperanto language that means it felt. Inflection of senti ( feel ).


It's a Word of the Esperanto language meaning skirt.



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