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vox populi

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noun vox po·pu·li \ˈväks-ˈpä-pyü-ˌlī, -pyə-(ˌ)lē, -pə-(ˌ)lē\

Definition of vox populi

  1. :  popular sentiment



Origin of vox populi

Latin, voice of the people


First Known Use: circa 1550


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