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I'm wondering if there is a site or resource that will take an Esperanto word and diagram the different components. For example, given "malsanulejo," the "diagrammer" would return something like:

mal-: prefix meaning "opposite"
-san-: root meaning "healthy"
-ul: suffix meaning "human"
-ej: suffix meaning place
-o: suffix forming a noun

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    You might want to pose this question to the Esperanto Stack Exchange. – Karlomanio Jan 4 '19 at 19:42
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Saying it linguistically, you are looking for a tool that does morphological analysis for Esperanto. There is a great variety of such tools around and I remember that some of them were also trained and tested for Esperanto, but alas, I don't have the details (how the tool was named and whether it is available under a free licence) ready

A quick search for "Esperanto morphological tool" brought up a reference to Theresa Guinnard's Esperanto Word Segmenter on GitHub, I am sure there are more tools outside.

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