[foh-kee] /ˈfoʊ ki/ Informal.
adjective, folkier, folkiest.
of or relating to folk singers or folk music.
noun (pl) -ies
a devotee of folk music
“devotee of (modern) folk music,” attested by 1966, with -ie.
noun The milieu, attitudes, etc, of folk-music performers and devotees: as sure as she rejects that of ether-dwelling, confessional folkiehood (1990s+)
[foh-kish] /ˈfoʊ kɪʃ/ adjective 1. of or resembling the common people: folkish crafts. 2. resembling or based on folklore, , or dances: a violin concerto that is strongly folkish.
[fohk-lahyf] /ˈfoʊkˌlaɪf/ noun 1. the everyday of the common people, especially of a particular region, country, or period: 18th-century New England folklife. noun the way of life of those who live in a rural area
noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. speculation and popular views about language.