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Vulgar Latin

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishVulgar LatinˌVulgar ˈLatin noun [uncountable]  the form of Latin spoken in ancient Rome by the ordinary people, which is different from the ‘classical’ Latin written by well-known ancient writers. Modern romance languages like Spanish and Italian developed from Vulgar Latin.
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