Vulgaris

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Vulgaris, a Latin adjective meaning common, or something that is derived from the masses of common people, may refer to:

Diseases[edit]

"Vulgaris", when in disease names, usually indicates that it is the normal, classic, or most common form of a given disease.

Species Latin names abbreviations[edit]

Latin binomial abbreviations for species

Varieties / subspecies[edit]

Fictional species[edit]

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