Latinize

(redirected from Latinized)
Also found in: Thesaurus.

Lat·in·ize

 (lăt′n-īz′)
v. Lat·in·ized, Lat·in·iz·ing, Lat·in·iz·es
v.tr.
1.
a. To translate into Latin.
b. To transliterate into the characters of the Latin alphabet; Romanize.
c. To make (a word, for example) similar in appearance to Latin: Latinize an English name.
2. To cause to adopt or acquire Latin characteristics or customs.
3. To cause to follow or resemble the Roman Catholic Church in dogma or practices.
4. To make Latino or Latin American, as in culture.
v.intr.
To use Latinisms.

Lat′in·i·za′tion (-ĭ-zā′shən) n.
Lat′in·iz′er n.

Latinize

(ˈlætɪˌnaɪz) or

Latinise

vb (tr)
1. to translate into Latin or Latinisms
2. to transliterate into the Latin alphabet
3. to cause to acquire Latin style or customs
4. (Roman Catholic Church) to bring Roman Catholic influence to bear upon (the form of religious ceremonies, etc)
ˌLatiniˈzation, ˌLatiniˈsation n
ˈLatinˌizer, ˈLatinˌiser n

Lat•in•ize

(ˈlæt nˌaɪz)

v. -ized, -iz•ing. v.t.
1. to cause to conform to the customs, beliefs, etc., of the Latins or the Latin Church.
2. to intermix with Latin elements.
3. to translate into Latin.
4. to make Latin-American in character.
v.i.
6. to use words and phrases from Latin.
[1580–90; < Late Latin]
Lat`in•i•za′tion, n.

Latinize


Past participle: Latinized
Gerund: Latinizing

Imperative
Latinize
Latinize
Present
I Latinize
you Latinize
he/she/it Latinizes
we Latinize
you Latinize
they Latinize
Preterite
I Latinized
you Latinized
he/she/it Latinized
we Latinized
you Latinized
they Latinized
Present Continuous
I am Latinizing
you are Latinizing
he/she/it is Latinizing
we are Latinizing
you are Latinizing
they are Latinizing
Present Perfect
I have Latinized
you have Latinized
he/she/it has Latinized
we have Latinized
you have Latinized
they have Latinized
Past Continuous
I was Latinizing
you were Latinizing
he/she/it was Latinizing
we were Latinizing
you were Latinizing
they were Latinizing
Past Perfect
I had Latinized
you had Latinized
he/she/it had Latinized
we had Latinized
you had Latinized
they had Latinized
Future
I will Latinize
you will Latinize
he/she/it will Latinize
we will Latinize
you will Latinize
they will Latinize
Future Perfect
I will have Latinized
you will have Latinized
he/she/it will have Latinized
we will have Latinized
you will have Latinized
they will have Latinized
Future Continuous
I will be Latinizing
you will be Latinizing
he/she/it will be Latinizing
we will be Latinizing
you will be Latinizing
they will be Latinizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been Latinizing
you have been Latinizing
he/she/it has been Latinizing
we have been Latinizing
you have been Latinizing
they have been Latinizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been Latinizing
you will have been Latinizing
he/she/it will have been Latinizing
we will have been Latinizing
you will have been Latinizing
they will have been Latinizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been Latinizing
you had been Latinizing
he/she/it had been Latinizing
we had been Latinizing
you had been Latinizing
they had been Latinizing
Conditional
I would Latinize
you would Latinize
he/she/it would Latinize
we would Latinize
you would Latinize
they would Latinize
Past Conditional
I would have Latinized
you would have Latinized
he/she/it would have Latinized
we would have Latinized
you would have Latinized
they would have Latinized

latinize


Past participle: latinized
Gerund: latinizing

Imperative
latinize
latinize
Present
I latinize
you latinize
he/she/it latinizes
we latinize
you latinize
they latinize
Preterite
I latinized
you latinized
he/she/it latinized
we latinized
you latinized
they latinized
Present Continuous
I am latinizing
you are latinizing
he/she/it is latinizing
we are latinizing
you are latinizing
they are latinizing
Present Perfect
I have latinized
you have latinized
he/she/it has latinized
we have latinized
you have latinized
they have latinized
Past Continuous
I was latinizing
you were latinizing
he/she/it was latinizing
we were latinizing
you were latinizing
they were latinizing
Past Perfect
I had latinized
you had latinized
he/she/it had latinized
we had latinized
you had latinized
they had latinized
Future
I will latinize
you will latinize
he/she/it will latinize
we will latinize
you will latinize
they will latinize
Future Perfect
I will have latinized
you will have latinized
he/she/it will have latinized
we will have latinized
you will have latinized
they will have latinized
Future Continuous
I will be latinizing
you will be latinizing
he/she/it will be latinizing
we will be latinizing
you will be latinizing
they will be latinizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been latinizing
you have been latinizing
he/she/it has been latinizing
we have been latinizing
you have been latinizing
they have been latinizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been latinizing
you will have been latinizing
he/she/it will have been latinizing
we will have been latinizing
you will have been latinizing
they will have been latinizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been latinizing
you had been latinizing
he/she/it had been latinizing
we had been latinizing
you had been latinizing
they had been latinizing
Conditional
I would latinize
you would latinize
he/she/it would latinize
we would latinize
you would latinize
they would latinize
Past Conditional
I would have latinized
you would have latinized
he/she/it would have latinized
we would have latinized
you would have latinized
they would have latinized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.Latinize - write in the Latin alphabet; "many shops in Japan now carry neon signs with Romanized names"
transliterate, transcribe - rewrite in a different script; "The Sanskrit text had to be transliterated"
2.Latinize - translate into Latin
translate, interpret, render - restate (words) from one language into another language; "I have to translate when my in-laws from Austria visit the U.S."; "Can you interpret the speech of the visiting dignitaries?"; "She rendered the French poem into English"; "He translates for the U.N."
3.latinize - cause to adopt Catholicism
convert - cause to adopt a new or different faith; "The missionaries converted the Indian population"
Translations

latinize

[ˈlætɪnaɪz]
A. VTlatinizar
B. VIlatinizar

latinize

References in classic literature ?
Obed had not been mistaken in supposing that he was already missed and sought, though his imagination had corrupted certain savage cries into the well-known sounds that composed his own latinized name.
Along came the Eurocentric Latinized panzer cardinal Ratzinger, who got elected as Pope Benedict XVI.
Last week, Kazakh authorities approved a new version of the Latinized Kazakh alphabet, and plan to switch Kazakh language from the Cyrillic to Latin script by 2025.
In 2017, the president of Kazakhstan instructed the government of the country to develop a plan that would allow smoothly translating Kazakh language into Latinized writing.
Why they are considered Genoese might be a thread to follow; the association of Genoa with long noodles is corroborated by an even older text in Latin, the Liber de coquina, where they are called Tria Ianuensis--a Latinized form of the city's name.
Hermetic entered English in the early 17th century in reference to Hermes Trismegistus, as his name was Latinized, and it was soon used to describe things that were beyond ordinary comprehension.
The movie doesn't say so explicitly, but it seems the years of adversity had turned Puli into a mystic, spewing Latinized prayers and incantations, motivated by visions and a belief in the invincibility of faith-symbolized by brass amulets or anting-anting worn by believers as protection against such mundane material as bullets, cannonballs and swords.
1 of the Code explicitly states that when a scientific name "was incorrectly transliterated or latinized is not an incorrect original spelling" (ICZN 1999).
In remarks at the ceremony held on Tuesday, Saudi Permanent Representative to the United Nations Ambassador Abdullah bin Yahya Al-Mua'alami stressed the importance of this cultural event, pointing out that last year the ceremony highlighted the significant role played by the Arab-Muslim scientist Al-Hassan bin Al-Haitham born circa 965 (whose name was Latinized as Al Hazen or Al Hacen) in the development of the basic rules of the optics.
Mount Erciyes (Turkish: Erciyes Day-y; derived from the ancient Greek name [sz]-eIu[eth][eth][sz]Au[eth]AIe Argaeos; Latinized as Argaeus by the ancient Romans) is a massive stratovolcano located 25 km (16 mi) to the south of Kayseri in Turkey.
So, the God of Abraham will be called Yahweh, a widely accepted vocalization of the ancient Hebrew tetragrammaton, four letters probably derived from the Hebrew verb "to be" and Latinized as YHWH, and substituted for the actual name of God, the utterance of which could bring untold wrath.
As a brief example, consider how the specific scenes in which curanderisma (a sort of Mexican folk-healing) is depicted in Machete, assists in shaping and realizing these Latinized storyworlds.