Pronunciation: (sek'yu-lu-rīz"),[key] —v.t.,-ized, -iz•ing. 1. to make secular; separate from religious or spiritual connection or influences; make worldly or unspiritual; imbue with secularism.
2. to change (clergy) from regular to secular.
3. to transfer (property) from ecclesiastical to civil possession or use. Also,esp. Brit.,sec'u•lar•ise".