a dance that originated among, and has been transmitted through, the common people.
a piece of music for such a dance.
any of various traditional rustic dances often originating from festivals or rituals
a piece of music composed for such a dance
to perform a folk dance
- Folk epic
noun a piece of epic literature about the people of the civilization and the commonality of their experiences, wisdom, and values
[fohk-stuh n] /ˈfoʊk stən/ noun 1. a seaport in E Kent, in SE England, on the Strait of Dover. /ˈfəʊkstən/ noun 1. a port and resort in SE England, in E Kent. Pop: 45 273 (2001)
[fohl-kuh-ting] /ˈfoʊl kəˌtɪŋ/ noun 1. the unicameral parliament of Denmark. 2. History/Historical. the lower house of the Rigsdag. /ˈfəʊlkətɪŋ; Danish ˈfɔlɡəteŋ/ noun 1. the unicameral Danish parliament
noun 1. a modification of a linguistic form according either to a falsely assumed etymology, as Welsh rarebit from Welsh rabbit, or to a historically irrelevant analogy, as bridegroom from bridegome. 2. a popular but false notion of the origin of a word. noun 1. the gradual change in the form of a word through […]