Definition of Vernacularly. Meaning of Vernacularly. Synonyms of Vernacularly

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Definition of Vernacularly

Vernacularly
Vernacularly Ver*nac"u*lar*ly, adv. In a vernacular manner; in the vernacular. --Earle.

Meaning of Vernacularly from wikipedia

- A vernacular, or vernacular language, is the lect used in everyday life by the common people of a specific po****tion. It is distinguished from national...
- Vernacular architecture encomp****es the vast majority of the world's built environment, and thus resists a simple definition. It is perhaps best understood...
- African-American Vernacular English (AAVE), known less precisely as Black Vernacular, Black English Vernacular (BEV), Black Vernacular English (BVE), or...
- a V.F.D device onto a door of the laundry room, converting it into a Vernacularly Fastened Door - all the guests discuss the mysterious J.S. and together...
- In the Vernacular (stylised as in the ver•nac‘u•lar) is the debut album led by saxophonist John Handy III featuring tracks recorded in 1958 and originally...
- censor reports and editorials in the Vernacular press. 2.) From now on the government kept regular track of Vernacular newspapers. 3.) When a report published...
- Vernacular music is ordinary, everyday music such as po****r and folk music. It is defined partly in terms of its accessibility, standing in contrast to...
- in medieval Latin, and so the word was loaned as a singular into the vernaculars of Western Europe. Latin biblia sacra "holy books" translates Gr**** τὰ...
- 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 is the common speech variety of a specific po****tion, as opposed to national, liturgical, literary or scientific idiom. Vernacular may also...
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