03.01.06.02.05.02 aj
Low/vulgar

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03.01.06.02.05.02 (aj) Low/vulgar. 2017. In The Historical Thesaurus of English, version 4.2. Glasgow: University of Glasgow. Retrieved 28 May 2017, from http://historicalthesaurus.arts.gla.ac.uk/category/?id=150171.

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"03.01.06.02.05.02 (aj) Low/vulgar." The Historical Thesaurus of English, version 4.2. Glasgow: University of Glasgow, 2017. Web. 28 May 2017. http://historicalthesaurus.arts.gla.ac.uk/category/?id=150171.

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There are 33 words at this level:

carlish a1240–a1624 + 1803 OED

lewd c1380–1640 OED

carl(e) c1450–1593 OED

villain 1483–1528 + 1816 arch. OED

shake-ragged 1560 OED

haskardly 1576 OED

ungracious 1584 OED

tapsterly 1589–1598– OED

ruffian 1597– OED

porterlike 1598 OED

strummell-patch 1599 OED

popular 1599–a1635 OED

mechanic 1599–1762 OED

base-like 1600 OED

scrubbing 1603–1622 OED

porterly 1603–1765 OED

vernaculous 1605 OED

plebeian 1615– OED

reptile 1654– OED

ordinary 1659–1800 OED

proletarian 1663–a1734 OED

mobbish 1699–1831 OED

terraefilial 1742–1783 OED

low 1759– OED

low-lived 1760– OED

low-life 1794– OED

boweryish 1846 OED

gutter 1849– OED

bowery 1852– OED

lowish 1886 OED

Whitechapel 1901 OED

swab 1914 OED

lumpen 1944– OED

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