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  Slovio language and alphabet
Slovio is a simplified Slavonic language devised by Mark Hucko (info@slovio.com) intended as an international auxiliary language comprehensible to speakers of all Slavonic languages, who number about 400 million.
Slovio can be written with the Latin or Cyrillic alphabets without any accents or special characters.
An introduction to Slovio in a number of different languages
www.omniglot.com /writing/slovio.htm   (147 words)

  Slovio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Slovio is a written and spoken constructed language created by Swiss-based Slovak linguist Mark Hucko and published on the Internet in 2001.
For example, the Slovio words "sobak" (dog), "tper" (now), "gvorit" (to speak) and "pecxen" (liver) are very similar to the Russian words "sobaka", "teper", "govorit" and "pyechen", but have different roots in the Polish, Czech and Slovak languages.
Slovio is a new international language that is understood by 400 million people in the world.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Slovio   (433 words)

 Slovio language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The grammar of Slovio is similar to Esperanto, but the vocabulary is derived from the most common words from Slavic languages.
According to Hucko, Slovio is understandable by more than 400 million people throughout the world without any prior study of the language.
Slovio es novju mezxunarodju jazika ktor razumijut cxtirsto milion ludis na celoju zemla.
www.encyclopedia-online.info /Slovio   (317 words)

 slovio - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
Slovio is a written and spoken constructed language created by linguist Mark Hucko.
The grammar principles of Slovio are similar to Esperanto (unified noun, adjective and verb endings, no flexion), but the vocabulary is derived from the most common words from Slavic languages.
This, however, may be a side effect of the long exposure of speakers of Slavic languages to the compulsory education of Russian during the communist era.
www.onpedia.com /encyclopedia/slovio   (357 words)

 Language merger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Slovio, for instance, is essentially a merger of various Slavic languages.
However, because it did not arise in the course of natural historical-linguistic development, it is not regarded as a proper case of language merger.
Unlike Slovio, this language is in actual spoken use, becoming the standard language of all Rhaetian-speakers in Switzerland.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Language_merger   (335 words)

 Slovio: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Slovio is a written and spoken constructed language constructed language quick summary:
An artificial or constructed language (known colloquially as a conlang among aficionados), is a language whose vocabulary and grammar are specifically...
Mark hucko (born september 15, 1947 in bratislava) is a slovak linguist who constructed slovio and blitz english....
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/s/sl/slovio.htm   (788 words)

 Slovio - Anarchopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Slovio, is the international simplified Slavic language, as simple as Esperanto but understood by some 400 million people around the world.
Slovio will open up a whole new world for you, for your business, for your website, for your products, for profits, for education, for friendship and for pleasure.
Slovio is the planned language of choice for modern people.
eng.anarchopedia.org /index.php/Slovio   (211 words)

 Slovio - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks
It has been suggested that Slovio: be merged into this book or chapter.
Slovio is a new constructed language created by a linguist Mark Hucko.
The vocabulary of Slovio is based on that of the largest European language group but also includes many internationally understandable words from Latin, English, French, German and Spanish.
en.wikibooks.org /wiki/Slovio   (192 words)

 Slovio - Wikipedia
Slovio esse un slavic artificial lingua create per Mark Hucko como un international auxiliar lingua.
Aunque esse basate in le slavic linguas, esse multo como Esperanto in practic usage, aun in tempores in que le 'Esperantismos' face le lingua non-Slavic al costo de regularitate.
Slovio tamben suffre de un frequente cambiante grammatica.
ia.wikipedia.org /wiki/Slovio   (161 words)

 User:IJzeren Jan/List of Slavic auxlangs - Langmaker
Slovio, created in 2001 by the Slovak linguist Mark Hucko.
Although the goal has changed (Ruslavsk attempted to make Slovio a bit more Russian-like, while Mezxduslavske claims to complement Slovio with a literary and poetic tool), the language seems to be entirely the same.
It was inspired mainly by Polish and Slovio.
www.langmaker.com /db/User:IJzeren_Jan/List_of_Slavic_auxlangs   (603 words)

 Slovio - quick online language course
I Slovio mozxuo pisat i cxitat na vsektor komputer.
Ja tozx poslat vams razlicxju inju tekstis pisalju vo jazika Slovio.
Slovio es velm prostju jazika, ktor vse ludis mozx ucxit velm bistruo.
www.slovio.com /1/0.tekstis   (5310 words)

 Mark Hucko Definition / Mark Hucko Research   (Site not responding. Last check: )
According to Hucko, Slovio is understandable by further than 400 million people throughout the world without any prior study of the language....
He has lived in SwitzerlandThe Swiss Confederation or Switzerland is a landlocked federal state in Europe, with neighbours Germany, France, Italy, Austria and Liechtenstein.
The country has a strong tradition of political and military neutrality, but additionally of international co-operation, and is home to many international organisations....
www.elresearch.com /Mark_Hucko   (375 words)

 Requests for new languages/Non-natural - Meta
Also, you must be aware of the copyright restrictions on Slovio (one may not modify the language and the question of whether expanding the vocabulary is considered a modification is unresolved).
Slovio is quite primitive and ugly by its nature, and very few will contribute to such wiki, as it will require for them to learn it first.
In contrast, Slovio is relatively young, not so widely used, unstable language with not much literature in it.
meta.wikimedia.org /wiki/Requests_for_new_languages/Non-natural   (3410 words)

 The Universal Panslavic Language
SLOVIO is the first pan-slavic language, first published with all it's grammar in summer of 2001.
Slovio is a very simplified universal planned Slavic language, with simple and logical grammar, and with simplified spelling and pronounciation.
I Slovio mozxuo pisat i cxitat na vsektor komputer.
www.panslavia.com /jazika   (920 words)

 New Language On the Rise - Mark Hucko Slovio Project
Mark Hucko is developing new written and a spoken language named Slovio which with no training or learning can be understood by over 400 million people on this planet.
The vocabulary of Slovio is based on that of the largest European language group, and includes many internationally known words from Latin, English, French, German, Spanish etc.
Because Slovio is based mainly on mutually intelligible Slavic languages, as soon as one learns Slovio it should be possible to communicate with over 400 million people around the world, in such countries as: Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Croatia, Macedonia, Bosnia, Slovenia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia,  Moldavia, Serbia, Montenegro, etc.
challenge.visualessence.nl /C1339780254/E640601083   (223 words)

 Talk:Slavopedia - Meta
In my opinion Slovio seems to be an ideal means of communication for a project like Slavopedia.
Slovio is n't our goal per se but we don't seem to have better alternatives.
If the mean(correlation% with Slovio) is higher than the mean(correlation% between families), then this Swadesh test is a clue of Slovio's success.
meta.wikimedia.org /wiki/Talk:Slavopedia   (623 words)

 Slovio language: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
...Slovio language Slovio language Slovio is a written and spoken constructed...Mark Hucko.
Slovio is an international help-language created to help Slavic speakers...is similar to Esperanto, but the vocabulary is derived from the most common words from Slavic...
Post a link to definition / meaning of " Slovio language " on your site.
www.encyclopedian.com /sl/Slovio.html   (320 words)

 All Slavic languages: Slovio - an artificial Slavic language - WordReference Forums
It is derived from proto-Slavic, the ancient common ancestor of all Slavic languages.
I saw slovio at one other site before, I know I could understand a lot except for a couple of words, but I didn't find it particularly enjoyable to read - it was quite difficult.
Besides slovio is still somewhat easier to understand thank to it's simplycity.
forum.wordreference.com /showthread.php?t=114038   (1203 words)

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