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- example, is accepted in English with Italian spelling, but anglicised phonetically. The anglicisation of non-English words for use in English is just one case...
- As in the Gaelic-speaking areas, many Welsh (Cymric) patronyms were anglicised by omitting the prefix indicating son of and either exchanging the father's...
- some cases, the equivalent can be a cognate, in other cases it may be an Anglicised spelling derived from the Gaelic name, or in other cases it can be an...
- British colonial government and army returning to Britain. Curry is an anglicised form of the Tamil word kaṟi meaning 'sauce' or 'relish for rice' that...
- Seán Óg Ó Súilleabháin corresponds to "John O'****van Jr." (although anglicised versions of the name often drop the "O'" from the name). The word Beag/Beg...
- feminine name 'Patricia'. Pádraig is also sometimes anglicised as Paddy or Podge; the former anglicisation is often used, sometimes pejoratively, as a term...
- and of sovereignty (see Ériu). In some cases, the official English or anglicised name is wholly different from the official Irish language name. An example...
- introduced by the country's Dutch Burgher po****tion. Lamprais is an Anglicised derivative of the Dutch word lomprijst, which loosely translated means...
- Albert Braut Tjåland (anglicised to Tjaaland; born 11 February 2004) is a Norwegian football player who plays for Molde FK as a striker. Tjåland came through...
- ˈlɒklən/) is a masculine given name, an Anglicised derivative from Irish Gaelic and Scottish Gaelic. The name is an Anglicised form of the Irish Gaelic and Scottish...