Polis

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See also: polis, polís, pólis, poliš, and -polis

English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

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Particularly: “Is it from polis?”

Proper noun[edit]

Polis

  1. A surname​.
    • 1973 January 31, Ken Fathers, “Schmautz Gets Winner, Polis The Car”, in The Windsor Star, page 33:
      Don't even think about the odds that Bobby Schmautz of Vancouver Canucks would score the winning goal or that Greg Polis of Pittsburgh Penguins would win the car.
    • 1973 May 2, Associated Press, “Carol Polis loves judging those bouts”, in Sarasota Herald-Tribune, page 3C:
      Carol Polis, who figures she's the world's only lady boxing judge, is having the time of her life— but two things bother her a bit.
    • 2009 August 10, Associated Press, “Colo. delegation votes party lines on hate crime”, in KXRM[1], www.coloradoconnection.com:
      Jared Polis of Boulder is the first openly gay man elected to Congress as a non-incumbent.

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

polis

Proper noun[edit]

Polis m

  1. A patronymic surname​.