Ido originally received this slave from Duon, a Bilan, as a wedding present when he married Duon's daughter about a year ago.
The universal language of humanity is neither Volapuk, nor Esperanto, nor Ido.
"Perhaps there would have to be a war between Ido and Esperanto to settle it," said Teddy.
He was scheming always therefore for the perfection and propagation of Esperanto or Ido, or some such universal link.
The place at that time was mere moorland, and the well near by the hut had the name of the Nonaka no Ido—the well amid the moor.
Ostwald devoted the $40,000 he got from the Nobel Fund to the attempt to introduce a new language, Ido.
I do not discern that I am always mortified in this; sometimes, however, Ido.
1908, artificial language based on Esperanto, devised 1907; from Ido -ido "offspring," suffix representing Latin -ida, Greek -ides.