vox populi

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The common language; the language spoken by the man on the street

vox populi

Voice of the people Sociology A language, as spoken, which includes slang and jargon. See Jargon, Slang.
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Gower never tries to harmonize the worldly vulgi vaniloqui sermones of Vox 5 with the transcendent vox populi vox dei alluded to first in Vox 3.15.
You say vox populi vox dei but isn't the Constitution also the voice of the people?
The suggestion is premised on the theocracy-based expression vox populi vox Dei, or the voice of the people is the voice of God.