2017-04-19 18:28:30 UTC
When people use PRIORIZE, I think of PRIOR, being the root of that word and know that is not the intent of the user, therefore it can create confusion.
PRIORITIZE has the root PRIORITY within the word and is congruent in meaning.
I do not think it is bafflegab. I think the use of Priorize is lazy.
BTW, it is the governmental managers that tend to use PRIORIZE in my experience. Just saying.