What's the Esperanto term for the adjective "custom", i.e. made/designed (only) for a specific purpose or customer?

(In the meaning of "custom-made", not in its other and maybe older contrary meaning of "accustomed"/"usual".)

  • Not quite an answer to your question, but I figured I'd add this as a comment anyway for other people coming across this question looking for another sense of the word "custom", i.e. customized to one's own preferences (not necessarily a customer ordering something). This could be used in (video) games, for example, when you use custom settings for a match. I find this is often called laŭplaĉa, and to customize in that sense, laŭplaĉigi. Sep 3, 2019 at 0:51
  • The use-case that triggered that question for me probably needs some context, so I've asked a new, more specific question.
    – das-g
    Sep 3, 2019 at 19:10

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According to Vikivortaro: laŭmenda.

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    Same suggestion from J.C.Wells' Esperanto Dictionary Sep 2, 2019 at 21:34
  • Can that also be used when there was no order involved, or the order didn't specify the customization in question?
    – das-g
    Sep 3, 2019 at 18:46


personecigi: Variigi laŭ la koncernataj personoj.

  • This would make a translation for "personalised" but for me custom as in the question is different from that. Sep 13, 2019 at 14:48
  • The OP said "made/designed only for a specific customer". It does sound like personalized to me. But given it's about just customers, maybe tajlorita is better. Sep 13, 2019 at 17:08

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