Pleb



[pleb] /plɛb/

noun
1.
a member of the plebs; a or commoner.
2.
(def 1).
/plɛb/
noun
1.
short for plebeian
2.
(Brit, informal, often derogatory) a common vulgar person
n.

1856 as a colloquial shortening of plebeian in the ancient Roman sense. West Point sense attested by 1851 (see plebe).

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