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Definition of the verb anglicize

What does anglicize mean as a doing word?

verb - inflections:

  • anglicize: anglicized | anglicizing | anglicizes
  • Anglicize: Anglicized | Anglicizing | Anglicizes

  1. make English in appearance
    • lexical domain: Change - verbs of size, temperature change, intensifying, etc.
    • alternative spelling: anglicise
    • more generic words: accommodate / adapt = make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose

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Google previewVerbal Advantage (2009)

Ten Easy Steps to a Powerful Vocabulary by Charles Harrington Elster

Stigmas is the anglicized plural—to anglicize means to make English, conform to English modes of spelling, pronunciation, and usage. Stigmata, the Latinate plural, is also an interesting word by itself. Specifically, stigmata refers to marks ...

Google previewOxford American Large Print Dictionary (2008)

by Oxford University Press

Anglicize. 44.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Bilingual Education (2008)

by Josue M. Gonzalez

Fourth, public schools as we know them were not commonplace, and where something like a public school did exist, its purpose was to Anglicize rather than preserve indigenous or other languages and cultures. Fifth, the early settlers did not ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1904)

A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge, with a New Atlas of the World by William Dwight Whitney

Anglicize angle-stafl (ang'gl-staf), n. In building, a vertical wooden strip placed at a projecting or salient an 1e in an interior, to preserve the corner, an to serve as a guide by which to float the plaster when flush With it. When prominent it is ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century dictionary (1911)

Anglicize angle-staff (ang'gl-stāf), n. In building, a vertical wooden strip placed at a projecting or salient angle in an interior, to preserve the corner, and to serve as a guide by which to float the plaster when flush with it. when prominent it is ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)

Anglicize angle-gtafi (ang'gl-staf), n. In buildi-ng, a vertical wooden strip placed at a projecting or salient an 1c in an interior, to preserve the corner, an to ...

Google previewChambers concise dictionary (2004)

36 38 39 40 anglicize anglicize or anglicise / 'arjghsarz/. ambulance chaser amicable ambulance chaser > n, USslanga lawyer who specializes in lucrative DAMAGES suits on behalf of accident victims, having approached them either at ...

Google previewThe International Encyclopaedic Dictionary ... (1901)

[ANGLICIzE.] Áh -glö. In compos.=English, but properly implying that the word combined with it is the more emphatic one, though this rule is not always observed. Among the numerous compounds which it forms are the following: ...

Google previewThe Century dictionary (1906)

Anglicize. angle-staff (ang'gl-staf ), n. In building, a vertical wooden strip placed at a projecting or salient angle in an interior, to preserve the corner, and to serve as a guide by which to float the plaster when flush with it. When prominent it is ...

Google previewPronouncing American Dictionary (1883)

Containing Over 32,000 Words and Phrases. With Supplement of New Words

ANGLICIZE ...

Google previewThe Pictorial Handy Lexicon (1880)

A Pronouncing Pocket Dictionary of the English Language

ANGLICIZE Anchorite, (ang'kS-rit) n. a hermit; a recluse.

Google previewThe Popular American Dictionary, on the Basis of Webster, Worcester, Johnson, and the Most Eminent English and American Authorities, [containing Over 32,000 Words ...] (1885)

ANGLICIZE Anchorite, (ang'kiF-rit) «. a hermit; a rceluse. Anchovy, (an-cho've) n. a - small scafrsh, - usee in seasoning; Ancient, (An'sheot) a. of former times; not modem; old. Anciently, (an'sIicnt-M ad. . in old times. Ancients, (fin'shents) H. pL ...

Google previewFavorite Illustrated Dictionary (1887)

Containing Over 32,000 Words and Phrases

ANGLICIZE Anchurite, (ang'kO-rit) я. a hermit; a recluse. Anchovy, (an-cho've) п. a □ small seafisb,- usee in . seasoning: Ancient, (an'shcnl) a. of former times; not modem} old. Anciently, .(an'sbent-Ы ad. . In old times. Ancients, (an'shents) н.

Google previewThe New Excelsior Dictionary (1887)

AMOTO 10 ANGLICIZE Amour, (a-mWi,'l n. a love intrigue; gallantry. Amphlhiun, ( am-nl/e-an) n. au amirial t! it lives ou land or in water. Amphibious (am-fib'c-us) n. living in two diilcrcut elements. Amphibology, {am*fc-Wo- je) n. (lijCuUXSC of ...

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Scrabble value of A1N1G2L1I1C3I1Z10E1

The value of this 9-letter word is 21 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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