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.
noun 1. a song originating among the people of a country or area, passed by oral tradition from one singer or generation to the next, often existing in several versions, and marked generally by simple, modal melody and stanzaic, narrative verse. 2. a song of similar character written by a known composer. noun 1. a […]
[fohk-son-uh-mee] /foʊkˈsɒn ə mi/ noun, plural folksonomies. Computers. 1. a classification system derived from user-generated electronic tags or keywords that annotate and describe online content: Imprecise folksonomies can hinder information retrieval. /fəʊkˈsɒnəmɪ/ noun 1. a system of classification that makes use of terms that occur naturally in the language of users of the system noun […]
[fohk-see] /ˈfoʊk si/ adjective, folksier, folksiest. 1. friendly or neighborly; sociable. 2. very informal; familiar; unceremonious: The politician affected a folksy style. 3. belonging to the common people, especially in regard to a conscious use of mannerisms, speech patterns, attitudes, etc.: folksy humor. /ˈfəʊksɪ/ adjective -sier, -siest 1. of or like ordinary people; sometimes used […]