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vulgus

noun vul·gus \ˈvəl-gəs\

Definition of VULGUS

:  a short composition in Latin verse formerly common as an exercise in some English public schools

Origin of VULGUS

probably alteration of obsolete vulgars English sentences to be translated into Latin
First Known Use: 1856

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