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Oxford dictionary definition of the word demotic:
denoting or relating to the kind of language used by ordinary people; colloquial:
a demotic idiom
relating to or denoting the form of modern Greek used in everyday speech and writing. Compare with katharevousa.
relating to or denoting a simplified, cursive form of ancient Egyptian script, dating from circa 650 bc and replaced by Greek in the Ptolemaic period. Compare with hieratic.
ordinary colloquial speech:
he blinked in mild surprise at this uncharacteristic leap into the demotic
demotic Egyptian script.
early 19th century (in the sense ‘relating to the Egyptian demotic’): from Greek dēmotikos ‘popular’, from dēmotēs ‘one of the people’, from dēmos ‘the people’: