03.01.06.02 aj
Of/belonging to the common people

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03.01.06.02 (aj) Of/belonging to the common people. 2017. In The Historical Thesaurus of English, version 4.2. Glasgow: University of Glasgow. Retrieved 23 June 2017, from http://historicalthesaurus.arts.gla.ac.uk/category/?id=149981.

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There are 20 words at this level:

folcisc OE OED

folclic OE OED

landish 1489(2) OED

popil 1536 Scots OED

popular 1548– OED

secular 1589–1629 OED

populous 1592–1721 + 1830– poet. OED

plebeiall 1594 OED

vulgar 1597– OED

plebeian 1600– OED

plebal 1606 OED

multitudinous 1607 OED

gregarian 1640 OED

gregary 1640 OED

vulgarian c1650– OED

demotic 1831– OED

demic 1834 nonce word OED

folkish 1938– OED

plebbie/plebby 1962– OED

pleb 1972– colloq. OED

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