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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of Hispanicize.


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  • Apparently the neighborhood (which was always pretty lower-middle-class) has been Hispanicized.

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  • So, after being Christianized and Hispanicized, many indigenous people assumed Christian given names and Spanish surnames.

    Tracing Your Indigenous Roots in Mexico

  • Public education may be crumbling in many of our cities, but if American schoolchildren are still taught history at all, they probably do know that on this day, five hundred and seventeen years ago, Christopher Columbus (they will not know that this Hispanicized Genoese sailor, born Christoffa Corombo, knew himself as Cristóbal Colón) made landfall in the Western hemisphere.

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  • The unlikely partners will open a chain of "Sanctuary City Diners" which will serve Hispanicized versions of suburban Anglo comfort food, such as Meatloaf Asado and Pot Pie de Birria.

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  • Huntington portrays Miami, which is 60 percent Hispanic, as a city that has been Hispanicized '' without precedent in the history of major American cities.

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  • Clearly, what is going to happen is that's going to be completely his Hispanicized.

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  • This eventually became slurred and contracted to “CabOtha-kee,” which was then finally Hispanicized to “CabOctubre,” which of course was “Cape October” in English.

    Alice in Jeopardy

  • In the mid 19th century, there were Hispanicized Chinese names like COJUANGCO (maiden name of the former President Aquino) and YUCHENGCO (no, I don't think Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko is a Chinese Filipino). JAPANESE NAMES.

  • The major non-Hispanicized groups are the Muslim population, concentrated in the Sulu Archipelago and in central and western Mindanao, and the mountain aboriginal groups of northern Luzon.


  • The man actually wants his country to be Hispanicized. - Latest Articles


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