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Hispanicization

Definitions

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  • n. The act or process of making Hispanic.

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Examples

  • Nine essays follow on a wide variety of topics, touching upon such diverse subjects as the role of Indian wives or mistresses in the conquest (and how time and class could alter their status), the use of Indian troops far from the Americas, as, for example, in the Philippines, or the "Hispanicization" of some members of the native nobility, to name but a few.

    StrategyPage.com

  • "I oppose the Hispanicization of America," said one.

    Republicans' new Web site not exactly what they hoped it would be

  • On the other hand, apparently, making a living - as he does through his Agil Staff Inc business – promoting bi-lingual employment and the Hispanicization of his state – is virtuous.

    VDARE.com: Blog Articles » Print » S.C. Hispanic booster: Rednecks the problem

  • The name Churubusco is a rough Hispanicization of Huitzitipocho, or the place of the war god, Huitzitipochtli.

    Churubusco, Museo Nacional de las Intervenciones

  • Some writers believed Lobo was Dutch and his name a Hispanicization of "Wolf," which lent him the ruthless air of a restless egoist, the evil speculator of Communist lore.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Furthermore, the already irreversible linguistic and cultural Hispanicization of its southern regions means that the United States will face greater integration challenges than will Europe with its smaller Muslim minorities.

    Futurismic

  • In the sand states in the fall of 2006, there were still Greater Fools around who believed that Hispanicization meant an unending increase in home values.

    Steve Sailer's iSteve Blog

  • The people who run Univision, whether from ethnic motivations, or a combination thereof, support the Hispanicization of the U.S.A.

    The Two Malcontents

  • The irony is that although Matt and his bosses at CAP want more Hispanic immigration to boost the Democrats, the long run implication is that Hispanicization means, ultimately, Texanization — because that’s all the country will be able to afford.

    Matthew Yglesias » Immigration and Low-Wage Workers

  • Re Steve at 86: “The irony is that although Matt and his bosses at CAP want more Hispanic immigration to boost the Democrats, the long run implication is that Hispanicization means, ultimately, Texanization — because that’s all the country will be able to afford.”

    Matthew Yglesias » Immigration and Low-Wage Workers

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