Definition of Arabicizing
1. arabicize [v] - See also: arabicize
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Arabicizing
Literary usage of Arabicizing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Studies and Notes in Philology and Literature (1900)
"... an arabicizing was almost inevitable, since it often formed part of a local name, ... arabicizing ..."
2. A Bird's-eye View of the World: A Popular Scientific Description of the by Onésime Reclus, Malvina Antoinettte Howe, Forrest Morgan, Charles Hopkins Clark (1892)
"... of letters, of good society, of government, of commerce, of the large cities and of the great marts : these constitute the arabicizing Berbers. ..."
3. Essays in Modern Theology and Related Subjects: Gathered and Published as a by Charles Augustus Briggs, Crawford Howell Toy (1911)
"The attempts to pronounce foreign names are amusing, though following recognized phonetic laws of change, and reminding one of the arabicizing of ancient ..."
4. Chronicle of Progress by Peter Vine, Ibrahim Abed, Paula Casey-Vine, Abdullah Al Jabali (1996)
"... in response to the Supreme Council of the Federation's decree regarding the arabicizing of the names of State establishments. ..."
5. Encyclopaedia Biblica: A Critical Dictionary of the Literary Political and by Thomas Kelly Cheyne, John Sutherland Black (1901)
"Tip- Derenbourg, however, emends Qin into D™n> and conjectures that Saad. gave this word the arabicizing sense of ' crushing ' (2A TW9 37). ..."