folk

  1. people in general
  2. a social division of (usually preliterate) people
  3. people descended from a common ancestor
  4. the traditional and typically anonymous music that is an expression of the life of people in a community

folk

[n] - people in general
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Folk

Folk (fōk), Folks (fōks) , noun collect. & plural [ Anglo-Saxon folc ; akin to Dutch volk , Old Saxon & Old High German folk , German volk , Icelandic fōlk , Swedish & Danish folk , Lithuanian pulkas crowd, and perhaps to En...
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folk

folks 1 common people noun people in general (often used in the plural); `they`re just country folk`; `folks around here drink moonshine`; `the common people determine the group character and preserve its customs from one generation to the ...
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Folk

• (n. collect. & pl.) Alt. of Folks
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Folk

The English word Folk is derived from a Germanic noun, *fulka meaning `people` or `army` (i.e. a crowd as opposed to `a people` in a more abstract sense of clan or tribe). The English word folk has cognates in most of the other Germanic languages. Folk may be a Germanic root that is unique to the Germanic languages, although Latin vulgus, `...
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folk

popular, often anonymous sung lyrics that may be passed on by word-of-mouth originally before being compiled by scholars into literary collections.
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Folk

[disambiguation] Folk is a Germanic word for meaning people or nation Folk may also refer to: ==People== ==Other== ...
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