vox populi

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Etymology[edit]

Latin vox populi (voice of the people).

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vox populi

  1. voice of the people.
  2. (politics) The public comment portion of a public meeting.

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Latin[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

(Classical) IPA(key): /woːks ˈpo.pu.liː/, [woːks ˈpɔ.pʊ.lʲiː]

Noun[edit]

vōx populī f (genitive vōcis populī); third declension

  1. voice of the people.

Declension[edit]

Third-declension noun with an indeclinable portion.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative vōx populī vōcēs populī
Genitive vōcis populī vōcum populī
Dative vōcī populī vōcibus populī
Accusative vōcem populī vōcēs populī
Ablative vōce populī vōcibus populī
Vocative vōx populī vōcēs populī

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