Nonvernacular

Non`ver`nac´u`lar


a.1.Not vernacular.
A nonvernacular expression.
- Sir W. Hamilton.
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While it is obvious that scholars thought and wrote in nonvernacular languages, once vernacular languages appear in print and, in the first instance, in the Scriptures, then the tension between two languages in print is significantly different from the tension between a scholarly language on the page and a spoken vernacular.
Surrealist photography remains one of the few nonvernacular photographic styles to find continued appreciation among the art-viewing public.
The preference of these women for nonvernacular phonology has also been traced to their jobs and social networks.