Anglicised vs. Anglicized

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  • Anglicised (adjective)

    Made into a form similar to that used by the English.

    “When he immigrated he changed his name to the anglicised form so the natives could pronounce it correctly.”

  • Anglicised (verb)

    simple past tense and past participle of anglicise

  • Anglicized (verb)

    simple past tense and past participle of anglicize

  • Anglicized (adjective)

    Converted to English in form, idiom, style or character.

    “The term black sanctus was originally anglicized from Latin.”

  • Anglicized (adjective)

    Borrowed from English

    “The Spanish words lĂ­der, whiskey, and esmelter are good examples of anglicized words, known as “anglicismos” in Spanish.”

  • Anglicized (adjective)

    made English in form or character

    “an anglicized form of a Navajo word”

Oxford Dictionary

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