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vulgus

[ vuhl-guhs ]
/ ˈvʌl gəs /
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noun, plural vul·gus·es for 2.
the common people; masses.
an exercise in Latin formerly required of English public-school pupils.
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Origin of vulgus

Borrowed into English from Latin around 1680–90
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