03.01.06.02|03 aj
Of/belonging to the common people :: common

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There are 10 words at this level:

gemænelic OE OED

unorne < unorne OE–a1470 also transf. OED

common c1330– OED

vulgar 1530– OED

popular c1555–1691 OED

plain 1580– OED

plebeious 1610–1657 OED

roturier 1614–1835 OED

ordinary 1659–1800 OED

terraefilian 1887 OED

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