The Alternative Latin Dictionary: vulgaris

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Entry definition

vulgaris etymology From vulgus + āris. pronunciation
  • (Classical) /wulˈɡaː.ris/
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adjective: {{la-adj-3rd-2E}}
  1. common, usual, commonly known
  2. simple, plain
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  • vulgāritās
  • vulgāriter
  • vulgārius
  • vulgātē
  • vulgātor
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  • vulgātus
  • vulgivagus
  • vulgō
  • vulgus
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  • Catalan: vulgar
  • Danish: vulgær
  • Dutch: vulgair
  • English: vulgar
  • French: vulgaire
  • Galician: vulgar
  • German: vulgär
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  • Italian: volgare
  • Norman: vuldgaithe
  • Portuguese: vulgar
  • Romanian: vulgar
  • Spanish: vulgar
  • Swedish: vulgär
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