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  • v. Alternative spelling of Latinize.


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  • He had been sent there to Latinise the letters that passed between Sir Thomas Wyatt and the King's Ministers of France, for he was esteemed the most learned man in these islands.

    Privy Seal His Last Venture

  • She was a black Persian and her name was "Jinks," but he'll find it Latinise well as "Jinxia," tell him.

    The Giant's Robe

  • While Horace's thefts from Alcaeus or Pindar are palpable, even from the care which he takes to Latinise them, Milton cannot help transfusing his own nature into the words he adopts.


  • The great devil of hell fetch me if I don't Latinise him well.

    Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)


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