What is naturalized?

  • (adj): Introduced from another region and persisting without cultivation.
    Synonyms: established
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on naturalized:

Crioulo Lageano - Naturalized Brazilian Cattle Breeds
... Most of the naturalized Brazilian cattle breeds came from three centers São Vicente, Salvador and Recife and they were originally Portuguese breeds the Alentejana or Transtagana, the Barros ... Naturalized Brazilian cattle breeds Est ...
List Of Amphibians Of Great Britain - Naturalised and Escaped Species
... Salamandra salamandra) — has bred at least once Alpine Newt (Triturus alpestris) (naturalized) Italian Crested Newt (Triturus (cristatus) carnifex) Toads Midwife ...
List Of British Actors And Actresses - T–Z
... Tomlinson Eleanor Tomlinson Imogen Toner Bill Travers Arthur Treacher (naturalized American citizen) Sophie Turner Rita Tushingham Margaret Tyzack Nick Ullett (naturalized American citizen) Tracey ... Wallace Shani Wallis (naturalized American citizen) Harriet Walter Julie Walters Anna Walton Zoe Wanamaker (naturalized American citizen) David Warner Marc Warren Dennis Waterman ...
AMCIT - Relation of Citizenship - Substantial Benefits
... Naturalized U.S ... The USCIS sometimes honors the achievements of naturalized U.S ... American by Choice Award' was created by the USCIS to recognize the outstanding achievements of naturalized U.S ...
... foreigner who died in a country where he was not naturalized ... An ambassador, though not naturalized, was not subject to the right of aubaine ... Scots, and Portuguese were also exempted from aubaine, as they were considered naturalized ...

More definitions of "naturalized":

  • (adj): Planted so as to give an effect of wild growth.
    Example: "Drifts of naturalized daffodils"
    Synonyms: naturalised

Famous quotes containing the word naturalized:

    I know of no one so patient and determined to have the good of you. It is almost friendship, such plain and human dealing.... He has naturalized and humanized New York for me.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    By such innovations are languages enriched, when the words are adopted by the multitude, and naturalized by custom.
    Miguel De Cervantes (1547–1616)