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vuelo m. (Noun) "flight"
14th cent. From volar.
vuestro (Possessive Pronoun) "your"
12th cent. From Latin vostrum, accusative of voster 'id.' From Proto-Italic *wos-tero- 'id.' From Proto-Indo-European *u̯s-tero- 'id.'
Indo-European
Romance
Asturian vuestru, Portuguese vosso, Galician voso, Catalan vostre, French votre, Italian vostro, Aromanian vostru, Romanian vostru, Sardinian bostru
vulgar (Adjective) "vulgar;" "common"
15th cent. From Latin vulgaris "common," "plain," from vulgus "common people," "crowd" (see vulgo).
Indo-European
Romance
Portuguese vulgar, Galician vulgar, Catalan vulgar, French vulgar, Italian volgare, Romanian vulgar
vulgo m. (Noun) "common people," "folk"
14th cent. From Latin vulgus 'id.,' earlier volgus. Of unknown origin.
Indo-European
Romance
Portuguese vulgo, Galician vulgo, Italian volgo, Romanian vulg