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vernŭla , ae,
I.comm. dim. [verna], a little or young home-born slave (post-Aug.).
I. Lit., Juv. 10, 117; Sen. Prov. 1, 6; Plin. 22, 17, 20, § 44; App. M. 4, p. 153, 25 al.
II. Transf., adj.: = vernaculus.
A. Jocular, pert, coarse: “urbanitas,Petr. 24 (al. vernacula).—
B. Native, indigenous: “lupus Tiberinus,Juv. 5, 105: “libelli,Mart. 5, 18, 4.
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