vulgaris vul·gar·is (vŭl-gâr'ĭs)
Being of the usual type; common.
Elytra of Melolontha vulgaris when the hairs are rubbed off.
The Belone vulgaris, or bill-fish, the bones of which are green.
The Rotifer vulgaris will even bear revivification several times.
A name for the calamary, Loligo vulgaris, an animal allied to the cuttle-fish.
Agrostis canina has a short, slender, projecting awn from one of the glumes; Agrostis vulgaris lacks this projecting awn.
This plant, the Pleurococcus vulgaris, is a fresh-water alga.
The Citrullus vulgaris and C. amarus are found in enormous quantities.
Vespa vulgaris has a beetle parasite, but this is somewhat of a rarity.
The name lubia is used by the Berbers, unchanged, and by the Spaniards as alubia for the common haricot, Phaseolus vulgaris.
After walking round among the audience once or twice, the vulgaris Pueris retired behind the curtain.