verb (used with object), Romanized, Romanizing.
to make Roman Catholic.
(often lowercase) to make Roman in character.
(often lowercase) to render in the Latin alphabet, especially a language traditionally written in a different system, as Chinese or Japanese.
verb (used without object), Romanized, Romanizing.
to conform to Roman Catholic doctrine and practices; to become Roman Catholic.
(often lowercase) to follow Roman practices.
(transitive) to impart a Roman Catholic character to (a ceremony, practice, etc)
(intransitive) to be converted to Roman Catholicism
(transitive) to transcribe or transliterate (a language) into the Roman alphabet
to make Roman in character, allegiance, style, etc
noun 1. the system of jurisprudence elaborated by the ancient Romans, a strong and varied influence on the legal systems of many countries. noun 1. the system of jurisprudence of ancient Rome, codified under Justinian and forming the basis of many modern legal systems 2. another term for civil law
noun 1. a unit of length used by the ancient Romans, equivalent to about 1620 yards (1480 meters). noun 1. a unit of length used in ancient Rome, equivalent to about 1620 yards or 1481 metres
noun 1. a nose having a prominent upper part or bridge. noun 1. a nose having a high prominent bridge
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