- Italianize + -ation (Wiktionary)
“They have, of course, come a long way since Mussolini required the Italianization of names in the country's German-, Slovenian- and Croatian-speaking border regions.”
“By exploring that dream in distinctly Italian-American terms, the movies "succeeded in delivering nothing less than the Italianization of American culture.”
“The Italianization of these surnames may result in various surviving intermediate forms between standard Latin and Italian variants:”
“Hotel Review, an English trade publication, was pleased: the “extensive Italianization of our hotels would now be checked.””
“Initiation of a rigid policy of Italianization in South Tyrol (Upper Adige).”
“The Italianization of the Adriatic's eastern seaboard would result, moreover, in raising a barrier against the legitimate expansion of the Balkan Slavs and would end the Serbian dream of an outlet to the sea.”
“One of these timber merchants presented an example of Italianization.”
“It is unnecessary to follow the fortunes of the papacy after the thirteenth century; the lesson of the French influence, of the schism, of the Italianization of the fifteenth-century popes, is but too clear.”
“And don't even mention the fricchettone look (an Italianization of freak out plus the - one augmentative ending): that's only for latter-day figli dei fiori ` flower children 'absorbed in poesia beat.”
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