Esperanto – Bulgarian Dictionary

In the mid-19th century, Ludwik Zamenhof (scientist and philosopher) engages with the ambitious task of creating a language to unite all cultures in a common language. The idea and purpose of Zamenhof was to reduce ethnic tensions between nations, but alas, the idea was too ambitious. It creates Esperanto as the first and most popular artificial language that is spoken until today. The calculations are very difficult because speakers of Esperanto are too scattered and that language is not official for any country.
This is a free Bulgarian – Esperanto dictionary, which supports all known words so far for this language. The Dictionary is a little old and because of low interest it is not updated in years, but it will help you to translate from Esperanto to Bulgarian with no problems – Download

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