Vox

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Vox is Latin for voice. It may refer to:

Music[edit]

Arts and entertainment[edit]

People[edit]

  • Vox Day, an American libertarian columnist and author
  • Victoria Vox, an American singer and ukulele player

Technology[edit]

Businesses and products[edit]

Other[edit]

  • HMS Vox, two submarines of the Royal Navy
  • Gleeman Vox, a character in the Ratchet & Clank series
  • VOX-ATypI classification, a typeface classification system
  • The Witches' Voice or WitchVox, a community driven, neopagan website
  • Vox populi, a term often used in broadcasting for interviews of members of the "general public"
  • Vox (Spanish political party), a right-wing political party founded in 2013
  • Vox or VoxEU, a cross-European online information policy portal, set up by the Centre for Economic Policy Research