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EtymologyEdit

From Old East Slavic голосъ (golosŭ, voice), from Proto-Slavic *golsъ (voice). Doublet of глас (glas), a borrowing from Old Church Slavonic without pleophony.

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го́лос (gólosm inan (genitive го́лоса, nominative plural голоса́, genitive plural голосо́в)

  1. voice
    горлово́й го́лосgorlovój gólosguttural voice
    петуши́ный го́лосpetušínyj gólossqueaky voice
    Го́лос внеза́пно умо́лк.Gólos vnezápno umólk.The voice suddenly stopped.
  2. voice, word, remark, opinion
    в оди́н го́лосv odín gólosunanimously, with one accord
  3. vote
    пра́во го́лосаprávo gólosasuffrage, the vote, franchise
    постановля́ть/постанови́ть большинство́м голосо́вpostanovljátʹ/postanovítʹ bolʹšinstvóm golosóvto resolve by a majority of votes

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EtymologyEdit

From Old East Slavic голосъ (golosŭ, voice), from Proto-Slavic *golsъ (voice).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

го́лос (hólosm inan (genitive го́лосу, nominative plural голоси́)

  1. voice

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