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Latinisation or Latinization could refer to:
- Latinisation of names, the practice of rendering a non-Latin name in a Latin style
- the representation of different writing systems in the Roman alphabet, also called romanization or romanisation
- Latinisation (USSR), the campaign in the USSR during the 1920s and 1930s to replace traditional writing systems for numerous languages with the Latin alphabet
- Latinization (historical), the spread of Roman culture, law, and language, also referred to as Romanization (cultural)
- Liturgical Latinisation, the adoption of practices from Western Christianity by the Eastern Churches
- the giving of Greek or Latin binomial names to identified species; see binomial nomenclature
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