Definition of Judaization in English:



(also British Judaisation)

See Judaize

‘Debbie Friedman's musical adaptation of Zechariah's words provides both a marvelous example of Judaization and a poetic encapsulation of this Chanukah proposal.’
  • ‘The Judaization of the island intensifies when on his second day Alter-Leb decides to make himself a calendar in order to mark the Sabbath and to track the Jewish holiday cycle.’
  • ‘The world, it was concluded, must be saved from Judaization.’
  • ‘It was a Judaisation of Middle High German, and certainly the structure of Western Yiddish is German in its syntax basically.’



/ˌjo͞odē-iˈzāSHən/ /-dā-/