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“Vernacular” or “original scripts”? By Amy Vladeck Heinrich Director, C. V. Starr Library Columbia University
OED Online definition of Vernacular: • A. adj. • 1. That writes, uses, or speaks the native or indigenous language of a country or district. • 1601 BP. W. BARLOW Defence 2 A vernaculer pen-man. . hauing translated them into English. 1715 M. DAVIES Athen. Brit. I. 77 The Office of the Virgin Mary. . is Translated also in most Languages for the Use of the Vernacular Romanists. 1716 Ibid. III. 38 The Learned vernacular Editor of Hippocrates's Works in French, Mr. Dacier. 1819 W. TAYLOR in Monthly Mag. XLVII. 30 The vernacular public remained unmoved, and gazed at the labours of authorship, as Londoners at the opera. 1869 FREEMAN Norm. Conq. (1875) III. xii. 145 The vernacular poet more kindly helps us to the real names. • 2. a. Of a language or dialect: That is naturally spoken by the people of a particular country or district; native, indigenous. Usu. applied to the native speech of a populace, in contrast to another or others acquired for commercial, social, or educative purposes; now freq. employed with reference to that of the working classes or the peasantry. …………….
OED again: B. n. 1. a. The native speech or language of a particular country or district (see A. 2); also, the informal, colloquial, or distinctive speech of a people or a group. Cf. sense 1 b below.
Merriam-Webster on line Main Entry: 1 ver·nac·u·lar Pronunciation: v&(r)-'na-ky&-l&r Function: adjective Etymology: Latin vernaculus native, from verna slave born in the master's house, native 1 a : using a language or dialect native to a region or country rather than a literary, cultured, or foreign language b : of, relating to, or being a nonstandard language or dialect of a place, region, or country c : of, relating to, or being the normal spoken form of a language 2 : applied to a plant or animal in the common native speech as distinguished from the Latin nomenclature of scientific classification 3 : of, relating to, or characteristic of a period, place, or group; especially : of, relating to, or being the common building style of a period or place - ver·nac·u·lar·ly adverb
Columbia’s CLIO display: Author: Origuchi, Shinobu, 1887 -1953. 折口信夫, 1887 -1953. Title: Kindai tanka, Origuchi Shinobu cho. 近代短歌, 折口信夫著. Physical Description: 269 p. 19 cm. Series: Nihon bungaku taikei ; dai 14 -kan 日本文學大系, 第 14卷 Publisher/ Date: Tōkyō, Kawade Shobō, Shōwa 15  東京, 河出書房, 昭和15  LC Subjects: Waka--History and criticism. Material Type: Book
Original scripts, not ‘vernacular’ 春 はる 봄
Original Scripts not vernacular!