[fohk-see] /ˈfoʊk si/
adjective, folksier, folksiest.
friendly or neighborly; sociable.
very informal; familiar; unceremonious:
The politician affected a folksy style.
belonging to the common people, especially in regard to a conscious use of mannerisms, speech patterns, attitudes, etc.:
adjective -sier, -siest
of or like ordinary people; sometimes used derogatorily to describe affected simplicity
(informal, mainly US & Canadian) friendly; affable
of or relating to folk art
“sociable, unpretentious,” 1852, U.S. colloquial, from folks + -y (2).
[fohk-sing] /ˈfoʊkˌsɪŋ/ noun 1. an informal gathering for the singing of folk songs.
noun 1. a singer who specializes in folk songs, usually providing his or her own accompaniment on a guitar. noun 1. a person who sings folk songs or other songs in the folk idiom
noun 1. the singing of folk songs, especially by a group of people.
noun, Sociology. 1. an often small, homogeneous, and isolated community or society functioning chiefly through primary contacts and strongly attached to its traditional ways of living.