latinise


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Latinise


Past participle: Latinised
Gerund: Latinising

Imperative
Latinise
Latinise
Present
I Latinise
you Latinise
he/she/it Latinises
we Latinise
you Latinise
they Latinise
Preterite
I Latinised
you Latinised
he/she/it Latinised
we Latinised
you Latinised
they Latinised
Present Continuous
I am Latinising
you are Latinising
he/she/it is Latinising
we are Latinising
you are Latinising
they are Latinising
Present Perfect
I have Latinised
you have Latinised
he/she/it has Latinised
we have Latinised
you have Latinised
they have Latinised
Past Continuous
I was Latinising
you were Latinising
he/she/it was Latinising
we were Latinising
you were Latinising
they were Latinising
Past Perfect
I had Latinised
you had Latinised
he/she/it had Latinised
we had Latinised
you had Latinised
they had Latinised
Future
I will Latinise
you will Latinise
he/she/it will Latinise
we will Latinise
you will Latinise
they will Latinise
Future Perfect
I will have Latinised
you will have Latinised
he/she/it will have Latinised
we will have Latinised
you will have Latinised
they will have Latinised
Future Continuous
I will be Latinising
you will be Latinising
he/she/it will be Latinising
we will be Latinising
you will be Latinising
they will be Latinising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been Latinising
you have been Latinising
he/she/it has been Latinising
we have been Latinising
you have been Latinising
they have been Latinising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been Latinising
you will have been Latinising
he/she/it will have been Latinising
we will have been Latinising
you will have been Latinising
they will have been Latinising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been Latinising
you had been Latinising
he/she/it had been Latinising
we had been Latinising
you had been Latinising
they had been Latinising
Conditional
I would Latinise
you would Latinise
he/she/it would Latinise
we would Latinise
you would Latinise
they would Latinise
Past Conditional
I would have Latinised
you would have Latinised
he/she/it would have Latinised
we would have Latinised
you would have Latinised
they would have Latinised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.Latinise - 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.latinise - cause to adopt Catholicism
convert - cause to adopt a new or different faith; "The missionaries converted the Indian population"
References in periodicals archive ?
Hocine Taoutaou, directeur de l'annexe du Centre national de recherches prehistoriques, anthropologiques et historiques (CNRPAH) a, lors de son intervention, affirme qu'il faudrait cesser d'evoquer le passe d'une ville, de ses coutumes et de son histoire, sans apporter des preuves materielles, comme les textes et les pieces archeologiques, citant l'exemple de la piece de monnaie decouverte dans la ville de Tiddis il y quelques annees et qui avait confirme l'appellation exacte de Cirta, du temps des pheniciens : QRTN, ce nom a ete latinise pour devenir Cirta.
And when we created the menu, he would create an Asian dish and I would Latinise it and then I would create a Latin dish and he would take over and Asianise it.
Small wonder that a 15th cen tury grammar master at Magdalen School, Oxford, made bear-baiting sound like fun when he prepared the following passage for his students to Latinise.