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pop·u·lar

 (pŏp′yə-lər)
adj.
1. Widely liked or appreciated: a popular resort.
2. Liked by acquaintances; sought after for company: "Beware of over-great pleasure in being popular or even beloved" (Margaret Fuller).
3. Of, representing, or carried on by the people at large: the popular vote.
4. Fit for, adapted to, or reflecting the taste of the people at large: popular entertainment; popular science.
5. Accepted by or prevalent among the people in general: a popular misunderstanding of the issue.
6. Suited to or within the means of ordinary people: popular prices.
7. Originating among the people: popular legend.

[Middle English populer, commonly known, from Old French populeir, of the people, from Latin populāris, from populus, the people, of Etruscan origin.]

pop′u·lar·ly adv.

popularly

(ˈpɒpjʊləlɪ)
adv
1. by the public as a whole; generally or widely
2. usually; commonly: his full name is Robert, but he is popularly known as Bob.
3. in a popular manner
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.popularly - among the people; "this topic was popularly discussed"

popularly

adverb generally, commonly, widely, usually, regularly, universally, traditionally, ordinarily, conventionally, customarily the infection popularly called mad cow disease
Translations
شَعْبِيَّا
všeobecně
generelt
nép: a nép körében
almennt
genel olarak

popularly

[ˈpɒpjʊləlɪ] ADV
1. (= generally) it is popularly thought thatcomúnmente se cree que ...
Albert, popularly known as BertieAlbert, corrientemente conocido como Bertie
2. (= by the people) the country's first popularly elected presidentel primer presidente del país que ha sido elegido por el pueblo

popularly

[ˈpɒpjʊlərli] adv
(= commonly) [called, named] → communément
popularly known as → mieux connu(e) sous le nom de
(= generally) [held, regarded, associated] → communément
as is popularly believed → comme le croient les gens
(= democratically) [elected] → démocratiquementpopular music nmusique f poppopular press n
the popular press → la presse populaire

popularly

adv
allgemein; he is popularly believed or held or thought to be a rich mannach allgemeiner Ansicht ist er ein reicher Mann; to be popularly known as somebody/somethingallgemeinhin als jd/etw bekannt sein; popularly supposed to be somebody/somethingallgemeinhin als jd/etw gelten; to be popularly considered (as or to be) somebody/somethingallgemeinhin or weithin als jd/etw betrachtet werden, allgemeinhin or weithin für jdn/etw gehalten werden
(= democratically, publicly) elected, supportedvom Volk, öffentlich

popularly

[ˈpɒpjʊləlɪ] advcomunemente

popular

(ˈpopjulə) adjective
1. liked by most people. a popular holiday resort; a popular person; She is very popular with children.
2. believed by most people. a popular theory.
3. of the people in general. popular rejoicing.
4. easily read, understood etc by most people. a popular history of Britain.
ˈpopularly adverb
amongst, or by, most people. He was popularly believed to have magical powers.
ˈpopuˈlarity (-ˈlӕ-) noun
the state of being well liked.
ˈpopularize, ˈpopularise verb
to make popular or widely known. She did much to popularize women's sport.
References in classic literature ?
To Homer were popularly ascribed certain burlesque poems in which Aristotle ("Poetics" iv) saw the germ of comedy.
Hence she obtained her crest, which is popularly said to be her father's grave-hillock.
Finally the gorgeous jewel of the order, gleaming upon the breast of every member, suggested "your Badgesty," which was adopted, and the order became popularly known as the Kings of Catarrh.
Nevertheless, the old sea-traditions, the immemorial credulities, popularly invested this old Manxman with preternatural powers of discernment.
With my head full of George Barnwell, I was at first disposed to believe that I must have had some hand in the attack upon my sister, or at all events that as her near relation, popularly known to be under obligations to her, I was a more legitimate object of suspicion than any one else.
On the whole therefore -- although I am not ignorant that, in many popularly elected School Boards, there is a reaction in favour of "the cheap system" as it is called -- I am myself disposed to think that this is one of the many cases in which expense is the truest economy.
What are popularly called 'the trembles' being in full force upon him that evening, and likewise what are popularly called 'the horrors,' he had a very bad time of it; which was not made better by his being so remorseful as frequently to moan 'Sixty threepennorths.
Those venerable and feeble persons were always seen by the public in the act of bowing, and were popularly believed, when they had bowed a customer out, still to keep on bowing in the empty office until they bowed another customer in.
We are dazzled, to speak popularly, and cannot distinguish minutely.
They were popularly supposed to inhabit the lesser moon, from which they descended upon Barsoom at long intervals.
Dolly had what is popularly called a spirit of her own, and being now fairly at bay, made the best of it.
The exhibitor disappeared with all speed behind the drapery; and his partner, stationing himself by the side of the Theatre, surveyed the audience with a remarkable expression of melancholy, which became more remarkable still when he breathed a hornpipe tune into that sweet musical instrument which is popularly termed a mouth-organ, without at all changing the mournful expression of the upper part of his face, though his mouth and chin were, of necessity, in lively spasms.