verb (used with object), Ro·man·ized, Ro·man·iz·ing.
verb (used without object), Ro·man·ized, Ro·man·iz·ing.
Origin of Romanize
Examples from the Web for romanised
The inhabitants consisted of the Governor and the military officers and Romanised Britons.The Story of London|Henry B. Wheatley
Romanised in mien, he wants but the flowing toga and sandalled shoon to shine as a centurion.Original Penny Readings|George Manville Fenn
This will at once be evident if we examine a few words of romanised Japanese.Plays of Old Japan|Marie C. Stopes
Altogether, Bæda may be taken as a fair specimen of the Romanised Englishman, alike in his strength and in his weakness.Early Britain|Grant Allen
Celtic religion was Romanised, and if the Druids retained priestly functions, it could only be by their becoming Romanised also.The Religion of the Ancient Celts|J. A. MacCulloch