(sometimes lowercase) to make or become English in form or character:
to Anglicize the pronunciation of a Russian name.
And from this initial inferiority she never recovered—five milestones behind on the road of anglicization!
Ghetto Comedies Israel Zangwill
If democratization be synonymous with anglicization, Ireland begs to be excused.
The Sacred Egoism of Sinn Fein Gnathai Gan Iarraidh
The studious years spent in the reading room of the British Museum complete the anglicization of Marx.
Socialism John Spargo
The revolt against this sterilizing and belittling side of anglicization is strong and healthy.
The Framework of Home Rule Erskine Childers
But these are almost all small places or forts, and their names represent no policy of anglicization.
Ancient Town-Planning F. Haverfield
verb -cizes, -cizing, -cized, -cises, -cising, -cised, -fies, -fying, -fied
(sometimes capital) to make or become English in outlook, attitude, form, etc
1836, noun of action from anglicize; earlier in same sense was anglification (1822), from anglify (1751).
1710, with -ize + Medieval Latin Anglicus “of the English,” from Angli “the Angles” (see Angle). Related: Anglicized; anglicizing.
(sometimes lowercase) to make or become English in form or character: to Anglicize the pronunciation of a Russian name. Contemporary Examples The document, written in flawless English, is signed Andrew Barwick, an anglicized version of his name. Britain’s Right-Wing Hate William Underhill July 24, 2011 Historical Examples This is the anglicized form of Metzelsuppe; metzeln […]
(sometimes lowercase) to . Historical Examples He only designed to “Anglify” the French-Canadians by compulsion. The Rise of Canada, from Barbarism to Wealth and Civilisation Charles Roger
the act or art of fishing with a hook and line, usually attached to a rod. Geometry. the space within two lines or three or more planes diverging from a common point, or within two planes diverging from a common line. the figure so formed. the amount of rotation needed to bring one line or […]
the study of the English language and of literature written in English.