foulc

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Old French[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Frankish *folc, fulc (people, crowd, multitude, troop), from Proto-Germanic *fulką (people collectively, multitude; host of warriors), perhaps from Proto-Indo-European *pelə- (to fill). Cognate with Old High German folc (people, nation). More at folk, full.

Noun[edit]

foulc m (oblique plural fouls, nominative singular fouls, nominative plural foulc)

  1. flock, herd
  2. (collectively) people
  3. multitude, crowd
  4. (military) troop, host

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