Definition of Vernacular. Meaning of Vernacular. Synonyms of Vernacular
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Definition of Vernacular
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Nonvernacular Non`ver*nac"u*lar, a.
A nonvernacular expression. --Sir W.
Vernacularism Ver*nac"u*lar*ism, n.
A vernacular idiom.
Vernacularization Ver*nac"u*lar*i*za"tion, n.
The act or process of making vernacular, or the state of
being made vernacular. --Fitzed. Hall.
Vernacularly Ver*nac"u*lar*ly, adv.
In a vernacular manner; in the vernacular. --Earle.
Meaning of Vernacular from wikipedia
- A vernacular
, or vernacular
language, is the speech variety
used in everyday
life by the general
po****tion in a geographical
- Vernacular architecture
is architecture characterised
by the use of local materials
and knowledge, usually without
- African-American Vernacular English
(AAVE, /ˈɑːveɪ, ˈæv/), known
as Black Vernacular
, Black English Vernacular
(BEV), Black Vernacular English
- and dialects
with th-stopping and th-fronting like African American Vernacular
and Estuary English
do not have the dental fricatives
/θ, ð/, but replace...
- Vernacular literature
is literature written
in the vernacular
of the "common people". In the European
tradition, this effectively means
- Vernacular photography
is the creation
that take everyday
life and common things
as subjects. Though
the more commonly known
- Vernacular music
is ordinary, everyday music
such as po****r and folk music. It is defined partly
of its accessibility, standing
is the common speech variety
of a specific
po****tion, as opposed
to national, liturgical, literary
- Vernacular geography
is the sense
that is revealed
people's language. Current research
by the Ordnance Survey
- **** (/ˈnɪɡə/) is a colloquial
term used in African-American Vernacular English
as an eye-dialect form of the word ****, an ethnic
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