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anthropomorphise (US -ize) (form) – To ascribe human characteristics to things not human.

Source : The Free Dictionary

Etymology : “To invest with human qualities,” 1834. anthropomorphous + -ise or ize,
Etymology of anthropomorphous. “Having human form; anthropoid in form” (of apes, etc.), 1753, Englishing of Late Latin anthropomorphus “having human form,” from Greek anthropomorphos “of human form,” from anthropos “human being” + morphe “form,” a word of uncertain etymology.

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