Entry: vulgate (adj.)
In context: ""Few foreigners realizes that the German term Berliner is also the vulgate for a common jelly doughnut, and thus that Kennedy's seminal 'Ich bein ein Berliner'
was greeted by the Teutonic crowds with a delight only apparently
political," at which point he aims his thumb and finger at his own
temple at which point his TA doubles the focal-length so there's this
giant - ""
Definition: 3. Common or colloquial speech.
Other: Connection to vulgar is clear enough. Etymology: < Latin vulgāt-us, past participle of vulgāre to make public or common, < vulgus the common people.
SNOOT score: 1
Source: Oxford English Dictionary