vulgar (n.) 1
common people, ordinary folk
H5 IV.vii.75 [Montjoy to King Henry] So do our vulgar drench their peasant limbs / In blood of princes
JC I.i.70 [Flavius to Marullus, of the commoners] I'll about, / And drive away the vulgar from the streets
LLL I.ii.48 [Mote to Armado, of one more than two] Which the base vulgar do call three
WT II.i.94 [Leontes to Lords, of Hermione] she's / A bed-swerver, even as bad as those / That vulgars give bold'st titles