Other Word Forms of Vulgar
Origin of Vulgar
Middle English, from Latin vulgāris, from volgus, vulgus (“mob; common folk"), from Proto-Indo-European *wlÌ¥k- (compare Welsh gwala (“plenty, sufficiency"), Ancient Greek ἁλία (halia, “assembly") εἰλέω (eileō, “ to compress"), Old Church Slavonic вєликъ (velikÅ, “great").
Middle English of or relating to the common people from Latin vulgāris from vulgus the common people
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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