folc-

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old English folc "people, folk"

Prefix[edit]

folc-

  1. of or relating to the people or nation, national, popular; public, common, general
    folccyning "national king"
    folccūþ "noted, public, public domain, commonly known"
    folccwide "popular saying"
    folcġerēfa "public officer"
    folcriht "common law"
    folcmǣre "celebrated"
    folctalu "genealogy"
  2. country, folk-
    folcstōw "country place"
  3. military, army; troop
    folctruma "army, host"
    folcwiga "warrior"