Translation of Latinize in Spanish:


latinizar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈlætnˌaɪz/ /ˈlatɪnʌɪz/

See Spanish definition of latinizar

transitive verb

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    • I'm not quite sure why he felt the need to Latinise the names of his fallacies but I suspect it put more people off reading the article than it encouraged.
    • Colchester, whose name was now Latinized to Camulodunum, became the site of a substantial fortress for the Twentieth Legion.
    • The shortened, Latinised version of his name became Sancte Claus, which led to the obvious name of Santa Claus.
    • Possibly the most famous musical instruments of all are the violins produced by the Italian craftsman Antonio Stradivari, better known by the Latinised name, Stradivarius.
    • Abraham Ortel, known by his Latinised name of Ortelius, was born in Antwerp on 4 April 1527.
    • Jabir ibn Aflah is often known by the Latinised form of his name, namely Geber.