verb (used with or without object), An·gli·cized, An·gli·ciz·ing.
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Origin of Anglicize
OTHER WORDS FROM AnglicizeAn·gli·ci·za·tion, nounde-An·gli·cize, verb (used with object), de-An·gli·cized, de-An·gli·ciz·ing.half-An·gli·cized, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for Anglicize
This last is the nearest to the Gaelic original, all the preceding anglicised forms being derived from it.
Another form of wisha, and both anglicised from the Irish m'seadh, used in Irish in much the same sense.
Shrough; a rough wet place; an incorrect anglicised form of Irish srath, a wet place, a marsh.
Michelangelo (commonly anglicised as above) Buonarroti (which surname, however, is commonly dropped) is the Titan of Italian art.
I have rechristened "Johnny Glaik" for the sake of the rhyme, and anglicised the few Scotticisms.More English Fairy Tales|Various