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Vernacular is the indigenous or local form of a language.
Vernacular may also refer to:
- Vernacular literature, literature written in the vernacular — the speech of the "common people"
- Written vernacular Chinese, forms of written Chinese based on the vernacular language
- Vernacular orientation, the status that a language is afforded by one of its mother-tongue speakers
- African American Vernacular English, a variety of American English, most commonly spoken by African Americans
Vernacular architecture, a category of architecture based on local needs and construction materials, and reflecting local traditions.
- Estonian vernacular architecture, traditional vernacular architectural styles throughout Estonia
- Indian vernacular architecture, the informal, functional architecture of structures in rural areas of India
- Scottish Vernacular, a form of vernacular architecture in Edinburgh and Glasgow
- Vernacular architecture in Norway, a distinct and pervasive influence within the history of Norwegian architecture
- Vernacular architecture of the Carpathians, unique designs drawing on environmental and cultural sources
Ref. Encyclopedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World, a three-volume encyclopedia detailing the traditional architecture of the world.
Vernacular art made by special defined groups:
- tribal art
- outsider art
- Naïve art
- Vernacular photography, photographs, usually by amateur or unknown photographers, of everyday life and common things
- Vernacular culture, cultural forms made and organised by ordinary, often indigenous people
- Vernacular dance, dance styles that evolved outside of dance studios
- Vernacular geography, the sense of place that is revealed in ordinary people's language
- Vernacular Press Act, 1878 law for better control of Indian language newspapers
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