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- Verb

To bring under the power or influence of the Romans or Latins; to affect with the usages of the Latins, especially in speech.

- Verb

To make like the Roman Catholic Church or diffuse its ideas in; as, to Latinize the Church of England.

- Verb

To give Latin terminations or forms to, as to foreign words, in writing Latin.

- Verb i.

To come under the influence of the Romans, or of the Roman Catholic Church.

- Verb i.

To use words or phrases borrowed from the Latin.

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