Vox-populi meaning

pŏp'yə-lī', -lē
Popular opinion or sentiment.
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The voice of the people; public opinion or sentiment.
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Voice of the people.
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(politics) Term for the public comment portion of public meetings.
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Origin of vox-populi

  • Latin vōx populī vōx voice populī genitive of populus people
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • Latin vox populi (“voice of the people").
    From Wiktionary