verb (used with object), low·er·cased, low·er·cas·ing.
Origin of lowercase
Examples from the Web for lowercase
The lowercase ‘i’ is meant to emphasize individual submission.
Thus the lowercase f and y and the uppercase Q are shorn of their due proportions.The Booklover and His Books|Harry Lyman Koopman
Numbers and dates in lowercase Roman numerals often end in a “j,” signifying “i.”A Chronicle of London from 1089 to 1483|Anonymous
Chipping Walden, of the Saxon word ᵹipping (or ghipping) uses the insular 'g' (ᵹ), variant of (lowercase) yogh (ȝ).Chronicles (1 of 6): The Description of Britaine|Raphaell Holinshed
He used combinations of uppercase and lowercase letters in two sizes in the inscriptions on the clock dial and in his writings.