Zamenhof


Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Zamenhof

(Polish ˈzamɛnxɔf)
n
(Biography) Lazarus Ludwig (laˈzarus ˈludvik). 1859–1917, Polish oculist; invented Esperanto
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
| 1917: Dr Lazarus Ludwig Zamenhof, Polish physician who invented Esperanto, died.
(15) Lewent was born in Warsaw in 1924 and lived on Zamenhof Street, so named in 1930 after the famous founder of Esperanto, in the heart of what would become the Jewish ghetto.
TOWARDS the end of the nineteenth century, LL Zamenhof, a doctor living in Poland, published a book detailing the structure and vocabulary of a wholly new language.
En la Reta Vortaro estan sistematicamente citadas las fuentes de los ejemplos, incluso los que provienen de las obras Zamenhof estan indicados por medio del superindice " (Z)"; las lenguas meta carecen de ejemplos.
El indice de celularidad encontrado en las muestras mediante analisis con cuantificacion de ADN (unidades de ADN/gramo de tejido) por el metodo de Zamenhof (4) debe suponer el desarrollo de una poblacion cerebral adulta cercana a los cien mil millones de neuronas, comunicandose entre ellas y cada una con mas de mil de otras neuronas, lo que genera alrededor de 60 billones de conexiones neuronales o sinapsis (8).
What was the name of the artificial language invented by L L Zamenhof in 1887?
1917: Dr Lazarus Ludwig Zamenhof, Polish physician who invented the language Esperanto, died.
1917: Dr Lazarus Ludwig Zamenhof, Polish physician who invented the international language Esperanto, died.
Dr Zamenhof invented an international language which means 'one who hopes'.
It had its days of glory between the wars but never fulfilled Zamenhof 's hopes.
Each word embodies the aim of Zamenhof, who founded Esperanto in 1887 to transcend national boundaries and unite the world.
brainchild of a Russian medical doctor by the name of Zamenhof, is the