“ Larging it,” is the term of art, just one of the pieces of Brit-lad vernacular that animates these pages.
It was amusing, it was in my vernacular, and the atmosphere held great emotional resonance for me.
"It's near impossible to imagine our idiom and vernacular, let alone our liturgy, without them," he writes.
And every word has a definition, even if the phrase is viewed as one way in the vernacular.
Anytime boys, even girls, use femininity as a vernacular people are judged harshly.
Miss Kroeger: Has anything been said about entering sovereigns and popes in the vernacular or English form?
"'It is not the custom,'" wearily quoted Kingozi in the vernacular.
Especially if you pick up an assortment of expletives in the Sicilian vernacular.
A Hindoo is a Hindoo and a brother to the man who knows his vernacular.
Composing verses in the vernacular Gaelic, he contrived, by vending them, to add considerably to his finances.
c.1600, "native to a country," from Latin vernaculus "domestic, native," from verna "home-born slave, native," a word of Etruscan origin. Used in English in the sense of Latin vernacula vocabula, in reference to language.