Definition of Graecized
1. graecize [v] - See also: graecize
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Literary usage of Graecized
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Numismatic Chronicle, and Journal of the Numismatic Society by Royal Numismatic Society (Great Britain) (1875)
"All these facts suggest the probability that Bactriana must have become to a great extent graecized, and, therefore, that when Diodotus threw off finally ..."
2. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1903)
"... a graecized form of the Latin Quadriga, because the arch was surmounted by a four-horsed chariot carrying the deified emperor. ..."
3. The Holy Roman Empire by James Bryce Bryce (1907)
"XVII. became graecized and subjects, if somewhat unruly subjects, of the Emperor, the later Slavonic intruders, and still more the Finnish Bulgarians, ..."
4. History of the Christian Church by John Fletcher Hurst (1900)
"... to desire," was for the son Latinized into Desiderius, and graecized afterward according to the custom of the time into Erasmus, just as Reuchlin became ..."
5. Journal of Theological Studies (1905)
"... being much further south, lay in a far less graecized district ; and it is indisputable that all the material relating to ..."