Desperanto describes a subset of the words of the Urban Dictionary. A word is Desperanto if it has a highly subjective meaning and a very narrow relevance.
To be truly Desperanto, new words and concepts must be idiosyncratic, of limited use, and suggest a close-but-not-quite relationship with an already existing concept...and propably only funny to people in the know.
is a very Desperanto word."
Desperanto is itself a desperanto word, as it resembles both desperado and the language Esperanto...
A person or group who urgently want a word or phase to come into common usage, and because of this, overuse it, or use too obviously and inappropriately. AND YES I see the irony in all this.
The use of unrelated words from a variety of languages, including English, in the same sentence to attempt to convey meaning while in a non-English speaking country. Often delivered in a panicky attempt to be understood.
Bill: Dude, how will we find the right train?
Alice: Don't worry, I speak Desperanto: Hola, ou est le train pour Barcelona bitte? A quelle hour does it salga por favor?