vernáculo

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See also: vernaculo

Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin vernāculus.

Adjective[edit]

vernáculo m (feminine singular vernácula, masculine plural vernáculos, feminine plural vernáculas, comparable)

  1. vernacular (pertaining to everyday language)

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Noun[edit]

vernáculo m (plural vernáculos)

  1. vernacular (national language)
  2. vernacular (everyday speech)

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin vernāculus.

Adjective[edit]

vernáculo (feminine singular vernácula, masculine plural vernáculos, feminine plural vernáculas)

  1. vernacular (pertaining to everyday language)
    • 2019 May 22, Lina M. Sanchez, “Lenguaje incluyente: todx o lo impronunciable”, in El Tiempo (Colombia)[1]:
      Una de las características del lenguaje escrito es que tiene vínculos estructurales e innegables con la lengua vernácula, o habalada.
      One of the characteristics of written language is that is has undeniable structural ties to the vernacular, or spoken, language.

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