vox populi[pä′pyo̵̅o̅ lī′]
vox populi definition by Webster's New World
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the voice of the people; public opinion or sentiment
abbrev. vox pop.
Origin: Classical Latin
vox populi definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Popular opinion or sentiment.
Origin: Latin vōx populī : vōx, voice + populī, genitive of populus, people.