Re: BrSc Akuefi
|From:||Steg Belsky <draqonfayir@...>|
|Date:||Friday, June 25, 2004, 8:52|
On Jun 24, 2004, at 9:23 PM, Ray Brown wrote:
> It occurred to me that what is probably the most well-known Conlang of
> was not given a name by its inventor. Lazarus Ludwig Zamenhof simply
> called it 'La lingvo internacia' - the name we know use was, as I guess
> most know, simply the pseudonym under which he first publish the
> Doktoro Esperanto.
Speaking of which...
I was hanging out and wandering around Tel Aviv & Yafo yesterday, and
after i left Dizengof Square (_lehizdangeif_ = 'to hang out in Dizengof
Square') i found myself on Zamenhof street!
So i looked at the street sign, and like many of the street signs in
Israel it has a little blurb about who it was that the street is named
after - and the one on Zamenhof street was written in Hebrew and (not
Arabic, not English, but....) Esperanto!
"_lehizdangeif_, verb. 'to hang out at Dizengof Square, Tel Aviv'."
(eeeep i can't believe i called it a 'noun' yesterday :O)