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I could write a poem about Vernacular and You, my dear Brigid; probably a future project. Meanwhile, here are some definitions, still can't figure out whether Vernacular TV is a proper usage of the word "vernacular." Local TV/Media sounds somewhat better, although...what do I know? He laid it for meager me...to run into the Allmighty, Know-It-All Goddess Brigid:
Vernacular
A vernacular, or vernacular language, is the speech variety used in everyday life by the general population in a geographical or social territory. The vernacular is contrasted with higher-prestige forms of language, such as national, literary, liturgical or scientific idiom, or a lingua franca, used to facilitate communication across a large area.Wikipedia
adjective
(of language) native or indigenous (opposed to literary or learned).
expressed or written in the native language of a place, as literary works:
a vernacular poem.
using such a language:
a vernacular speaker.
of or relating to such a language.
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noun
the native speech or language of a place.
the language or vocabulary peculiar to a class or profession.
vernacular noun
Definition of vernacular (Entry 2 of 2)
1: a vernacular language, expression, or mode of expression : an expression or mode of expression that occurs in ordinary speech rather than formal writing
2: the mode of expression of a group or class
3: a common name of a plant or animal as distinguished from the Latin nomenclature of scientific classification : a vernacular name of a plant or animal
Vernacular adjective
Definition of vernacular (Entry 1 of 2)
1a: using a language or dialect native to a region or country rather than a literary, cultured, or foreign language
b: of, relating to, or being a nonstandard language or dialect of a place, region, or country
c: of, relating to, or being the normal spoken form of a language
2: applied to a plant or animal in the common native speech as distinguished from the Latin nomenclature of scientific classification
the vernacular name
3: of, relating to, or characteristic of a period, place, or group
especially : of, relating to, or being the common building style of a period or place
vernacular architecture
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