Romanise


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Romanise


Past participle: Romanised
Gerund: Romanising

Imperative
Romanise
Romanise
Present
I Romanise
you Romanise
he/she/it Romanises
we Romanise
you Romanise
they Romanise
Preterite
I Romanised
you Romanised
he/she/it Romanised
we Romanised
you Romanised
they Romanised
Present Continuous
I am Romanising
you are Romanising
he/she/it is Romanising
we are Romanising
you are Romanising
they are Romanising
Present Perfect
I have Romanised
you have Romanised
he/she/it has Romanised
we have Romanised
you have Romanised
they have Romanised
Past Continuous
I was Romanising
you were Romanising
he/she/it was Romanising
we were Romanising
you were Romanising
they were Romanising
Past Perfect
I had Romanised
you had Romanised
he/she/it had Romanised
we had Romanised
you had Romanised
they had Romanised
Future
I will Romanise
you will Romanise
he/she/it will Romanise
we will Romanise
you will Romanise
they will Romanise
Future Perfect
I will have Romanised
you will have Romanised
he/she/it will have Romanised
we will have Romanised
you will have Romanised
they will have Romanised
Future Continuous
I will be Romanising
you will be Romanising
he/she/it will be Romanising
we will be Romanising
you will be Romanising
they will be Romanising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been Romanising
you have been Romanising
he/she/it has been Romanising
we have been Romanising
you have been Romanising
they have been Romanising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been Romanising
you will have been Romanising
he/she/it will have been Romanising
we will have been Romanising
you will have been Romanising
they will have been Romanising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been Romanising
you had been Romanising
he/she/it had been Romanising
we had been Romanising
you had been Romanising
they had been Romanising
Conditional
I would Romanise
you would Romanise
he/she/it would Romanise
we would Romanise
you would Romanise
they would Romanise
Past Conditional
I would have Romanised
you would have Romanised
he/she/it would have Romanised
we would have Romanised
you would have Romanised
they would have Romanised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.Romanise - 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"
Translations
References in periodicals archive ?
The group expects to publish two manuals in the near future that will provide a guide to internationally recognised place names and how to romanise them.
Russell is sure that the desire of Frankish kings, Pepin the Short and Charlemagne, to Romanise the Frankish liturgy was intended to undergird the alliance between their northern German monarchy and the southern Holy See (p.
He said: "It could have been an important part of the first push to Romanise the area, perhaps as early as 70AD.