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Demotic (Greek for "of the people" or "folkish"); with the meaning of the vernacular form of a language, it may refer to any local vernacular language where a comparison is required. However the term is most commonly used with:
- Demotic Greek, a variety of the Greek language
- Demotic (Egyptian), a script and stage of the Egyptian language
- Demotic chu nom, a script for writing Vietnamese
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