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EtymologyEdit

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

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

  1. voice
    горлово́й го́лос‎ ― gorlovój gólosguttural voice
    петуши́ный го́лос‎ ― petušínyj gólossqueaky voice
    Го́лос внеза́пно умо́лк.‎ ― Gólos vnezápno umólk.The voice suddenly stopped.
  2. voice, word, remark, opinion
    в оди́н го́лос‎ ― v odín gólosunanimously, with one accord
  3. vote
    пра́во го́лоса‎ ― právo gólosasuffrage, the vote, franchise
    постановля́ть/постанови́ть большинство́м голосо́в‎ ― postanovljátʹ/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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