Germany is preparing to Germanise
Europe" opined Portuguese paper Publico, while the French publication Les Echos wrote that "the French are very well disposed towards Europe, but on condition that it is a French Europe.
The formulaic poetry of the Old English period tended both to christianise the Germanic legacy of the Anglo-Saxons and to germanise
the Christian conception of eternal reward for virtuous life.
All French was banned, including the loan words restaurant, coiffeur and menu, and many people were even encouraged to Germanise
On the southern coast of the Sea, Vends and Pruzzi disappeared as nations, probably not due to genocide, but to an economic policy that made them Germanise
In fact, the government of Germany was actively involved in developing various proposals and plans for transforming the Baltic States along the lines of its racial principles--it was planned to Germanise
all racially suitable people while deporting the undesirable element to the occupied regions of the Soviet Union.
Many of the changes Germanise
the spellings of words of foreign origin, for example, ketchup becomes ketschup.
Small traders and artisans become Germanised in the second generation and do not Germanise
themselves only because everyone recognises them as Czech the moment they open their mouths.
He planned to deport the Czechs to Siberia and germanise
the Baltic peoples.
Karant-Nunn, "Changing One's Mind: Transformations in Reformation History From a Germanises
Perspective," Renaissance Quarterly 58, no.
21) Nombre de Roms ont ete magyarises ou, plus rarement, germanises