anglicise


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make English in appearance

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I feel it is incumbent on all people of this country to call places by their rightful names and not to anglicise them for the sake of television.
The railway development also had a linguistic impact on the area with the Great Western Railway choosing to anglicise the name of the town to Aberayron, which became its accepted spelling until in 1965 the Welsh spelling Aberaeron was formally adopted.
There's no harm bringing it up to date, but we must be careful not to anglicise Burns just to make him easier to understand.
Then there's that creeping tendency to Anglicise the ancient Celtic name of Llyn, for example, a name sharing its roots with that of the Irish province of Leinster.
The development of trade marked varieties has also led to supermarkets seeing an opportunity to create exclusivity -- although when fruit originates from abroad, such as French Tentation, breeders have been approached to anglicise these names to make them more appealing.
I believe there is a determined campaign afoot, organised by the Westminster Government, to Anglicise Wales in order to prevent any prospect of us ever becoming a free nation.