Vernacularize - definition of vernacularize by The Free Dictionary
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To translate into the everyday language spoken by a people: vernacularized the liturgy.
vernacularize (vəˈnækjʊləˌraɪz) or
(tr) to translate into everyday language
References in periodicals archive
Prior to the sixteenth century, one of the first attempts to vernacularize
Cicero's De amicitia [Laelius] was Laurent de Premierfait's French translation of 1416.
Working class German-Turkish youngsters vernacularize
the term from "kanake" to "kanak" (running blood in Turkish).
Although some states have opted to vernacularize
their education system to a much greater degree than others, these two languages play some role in the education process of almost every country.