I know the Romans did derive verbs from nouns (laudare, finire, lucere…), but did they ever derive verbs from names? The Greeks did, for example forming homerizein (ὁμηρίζειν) from Homeros.
My understanding is that -izare, borrowed from Greek, was used (productively) in classical Latin. However, I have never seen it attached to a name in classical context.
For example, the verb latinizare is easy to understand, but would a word like this ever have been used by classical authors? (There are of course longer ways around this word, like ad linguam Latinam adaptare.) I would prefer answers from the Augustan era or earlier, but later ones are also interesting.