• From Middle English intronizen, intronize, intronyce, intronyze, entronise, entronize, entronyce, from Anglo-Norman and Middle French inthronizer, introniser, intronizer, enthronizer, entronizer, from Old French entronisier (modern French introniser), or directly from its etymon Late Latin inthronizare, intronizāre, enthronizare, from Ancient Greek ἐνθρονίζειν, from έν- + θρόνος + -ίζειν. The English word is cognate with Italian intronizzare, Portuguese entronizar, Spanish entronizar, and can be analysed as in- + throne.

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